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Cultural Continuity Worker

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

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ID: 
67911
Company: 
Cedar Child & Family Services
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$29.79 – $33.97/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Located on the traditional territories of the Lkwungen people, Surrounded by Cedar Child & Family Services (SCCFS) strives to provide child and family services strongly rooted in Indigenous cultural values and world views while ensuring urban Indigenous children and youth grow up connected to family, community and culture. As an urban Delegated Agency, SCCFS supports the empowerment of the urban Indigenous community to continue the reclamation of traditional systems of caring for and protecting children so no child or youth will be placed into care.
Surrounded by Cedar receives its delegation through the Provincial Director of Child Welfare, who gives the agency the authority to undertake administration of parts of the Child, Family and Community Service Act (CFCSA). Under its current delegation agreement, Surrounded by Cedar can administer C4 services (Guardianship).
SCCFS strives to be a culturally safe employer, with a keen focus on Indigenous recruitment and retention. While working at the agency, employees will be involved in various cultural knowledge sharing opportunities, activities and ceremonies, while being actively engaged in urban Indigenous community events.

Purpose:
Surrounded by Cedar Child & Family Services (SCCFS) believes in healthy children and youth growing up connected to their families, communities and culture. SCCFS believes that all Indigenous children and youth have the right to step foot on the traditional territories of their ancestors, to understand their ancestors’ connection to those lands, and to connect to their ancestors’ stories of those lands.
The Cultural Continuity Worker will work alongside the Guardianship & Permanency Planning Team and the Lifelong Connections Worker to identify children and youth to visit their traditional territories, connect directly with the child/youth’s Nations, plan for travel to the community, and then accompany those children/youth, along with caregivers, to those territories. The Cultural Continuity Worker will assist in gathering relevant and culturally appropriate information for the child/youth’s Care Plan and will gather language resources that can be shared in the child/youth’s foster home.
Outside of travel, the Cultural Continuity Worker will provide one-to-one support in the child/youth’s foster home to ensure that meaningful cultural connection is taking place within the home and that the caregiver is appropriately connected to the child’s Nation.
Connection and travel duties include:
• Determine the Nation(s) that urban Indigenous children and youth in the care of SCCFS are connected to through discussions with the child’s Guardianship & Permanency Planning Social Worker, birth family members, Nations, caregivers, and through file reviews;
• Connect with the child/youth’s Nation(s) to involve them in planning for the child/youth and to make arrangements for a visit to the child/youth’s traditional territories;
• In coordination with the agency’s administrative team, arrange for travel with the child/youth, his/her caregiver(s), and others to the child’s traditional territories;
• Accompany the child/youth, his/her caregiver(s), and others to the child/youth’s traditional territories and provide direct supervision to the child/youth for the duration of the travel;
• Obtain cultural resources that support the development of a positive self-identity, including language resources, specific to the child’s Nation(s), that can be utilized/accessed within the child/youth’s foster home;
• Involve the child/youth’s foster parent in all arrangements to travel to the child/youth’s Nation and encourage the foster parent to attend this travel;
• Participate in Care Plan meetings to contribute to meaningful cultural planning for the child/youth;
• Facilitate the completion of Cultural Safety Agreements between Nation(s) and caregivers;
• Identify local resources that can be accessed by the child/youth and his/her caregiver to support positive cultural identity development.
In-home support duties include:
• Provide one to one cultural support within the child/youth’s foster home to assist with positive cultural identity development;
• Identify cultural resources that can be accessed by the child/youth and his/her caregiver within the foster home;
•Identify support people within the child/youth’s Nation(s) who can be accessed by the child/youth and his/her caregiver to maintain an ongoing and meaningful connection to the child/youth’s traditional territories and introduce these support people to the child/youth and his/her caregiver;
• Identify local cultural knowledge keepers who may act as cultural mentors for the child/youth and his/her caregiver and facilitate a connection between the child/youth, his/her caregiver and the mentors;
• Notify the child/youth’s Guardianship & Permanency Planning Social Worker of issues that may arise which would prevent or interfere with positive cultural identity development.
Financial duties include:
• Obtain approvals and required signatures for all spending;
• Track receipts for all spending on company credit cards;
Other duties include:
• Prepare written reports for the child/youth’s file that document connections made with the child/youth’s Nation(s), appropriate contact people, and all cultural resources provided to the child/youth;
• Prepare case notes for all in-home support provided within the foster home;
• Maintain and submit quarterly statistics to the Team Leader on work completed;
• Prepare closing summaries to be filed on the child/youth’s child service file;
• Participate in staff and/or department meetings as required;
• Additional duties as required.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education, Training and Experience:
 Diploma in Health and Human Services, Sociology, or related field.
 2-3 years’ experience working with or within an Indigenous community.
 Experience working with children, youth and families experiencing multiple barriers (multiple placements, homelessness, poverty, addiction, mental health, trauma etc.).
 Training and experience in culturally based healing and wellness models for Indigenous peoples.
 Current B.C. Class 5 Driver’s license, satisfactory driver’s abstract, adequate vehicle insurance including business coverage and access to a safe reliable vehicle.
 Clear criminal records check.
 Ability and willingness to travel extensively
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
 Deep understanding of the history of Indigenous people in Canada and the impact of historical trauma.
 Experience working in an Indigenous not-for-profit organization while demonstrating a strong knowledge regarding the impact of colonialism within Indigenous communities.
 Ability to build and maintain trusting relationships with children/youth, caregivers and families.
 Demonstrates respect, care and compassion free of judgement.
 Ability to work collaboratively with co-workers, knowledge keepers, children/youth and their families, and various Indigenous Nations and Communities.
 Models and/or mentors positive cultural influence, knowledge and ways of being.
 Knowledge of child welfare systems.
 Ability to research cultural information and develop tools to support the building of a child/youth’s cultural identity.
 Well-developed written and verbal communication skills.
 Skilled at mediation with the ability to de-escalate challenging situations using traditional and mainstream approaches.
 Strong planning skills.
 Intermediate computer skills including MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).
 Well organized and proactive with strong time management skills. Ability to adapt to changing priorities.
 Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
 Ability to work independently as well as working within a collaborative team framework.
 Willingness to continue learning Indigenous culture and teachings.
 Respect for Indigenous people and culture.
How to apply: 
Preference will be given to applicants who self-identify as Indigenous as per Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code.
Your resume and cover letter which outline how you meet the qualifications required for this position can be submitted to the attention of:
Maren Gray, Executive Assistant
Email: maren@sccfs.com
Fax: (250) 383-2509
Closing Date: Monday, February 3, 2020

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Early Childhood Assistant or an Early Childhood Educator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

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ID: 
67909
Company: 
We Wai Kai Childcare and Education Centre
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$16.00 - $18.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
You would be assisting in planning and delivering curriculum within our program that is rich in family and community based activities. You would promote developmentally appropriate growth opportunities, by providing activities that are cognitively stimulating, culturally reflective, creatively rewarding, socially and emotionally satisfying, physically challenging and of course fun for children of all ages.

The Early Childhood field of employment is a very rewarding career as you are working with children during their most developmentally important years.
1. Early Childhood Assistant or an Early Childhood Educator full time position with competitive wages and benefits available after completing a three-month probation.
2. Early Childhood Assistant or an Early Childhood Educator position with competitive wages to cover a Maternity leave until January 2021 with the possibility for an extension in dates.
• Early Childhood Educator – Starting wage for ECE $18.00 ($20.00 after one year of employment)
• Early Childhood Assistant – Starting wage for ECA $16.00 ($17.00 after one year of employment)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Valid E.C.E. or E.C.A License
Experience working with young children
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Valid First Aid and CPR (or willingness to take it)
Immunization Records
Clear Criminal Record Check.
How to apply: 
Please email or mail a cover letter and current resume (including references) to:
Attention: Jeannie Crivea
We Wai Kai Childcare and Education Centre
680 Seahawk Drive
Campbell River, BC V9H 1V8

or email it to:
Email: jeannie.crivea@wewaikai.com

Comox Valley

Courtenay

9-1-1 Police Dispatcher

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67908
Company: 
RCMP
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
JOB DESCRIPTION

The BC RCMP 9-1-1 Dispatch Centre in Courtenay, BC, is hiring!
Imagine a job where your efforts make a difference every day, where you help people and help save lives.
If you are passionate about serving your community and playing a unique and vital role in ensuring safer communities, this just may be the job for you!

9-1-1 Police Dispatchers serve as the critical link between citizens and the emergency help they require.
They process emergency and non-emergency calls from the public and their role is to quickly prioritize and accurately process calls for service to ensure police and public safety, resulting in safer communities.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Basic Qualifications:
- Be a Canadian Citizen or have Permanent Resident status in Canada
- Be at least 19 years of age at the time of training
- Possess a Canadian Secondary School (high school) diploma or equivalency
- Be proficient in English
- Must be a resident of British Columbia
How to apply: 
HOW TO APPLY
The first step is to complete a self-evaluation questionnaire available on our website at the link provided below:
The self-evaluation questionnaire, 'Is This Career Right For You?' includes statements that describe an important quality, characteristic or consideration required of a 9-1-1 Police Dispatcher.
It will help you determine if your experience matches up with the responsibilities of the job.

APPLICATION PROCESS:
The Application Process consists of several steps that assess your skills, competencies and suitability for the position.

- Step 1 - Complete the self-evaluation questionnaire, 'Is This Career Right For You?'
- Step 2 - Attend a Career Presentation
- Step 3 - Submit your Application Package to our Recruitment Team
- Step 4 - Pass a skill testing standardized electronic exam
- Step 5 - Attend a formal Panel Interview
- Step 6 - Participate in a Security Investigation and complete a Medical Assessment
- Step 7 - Meet all the qualifications for the position including Suitability
- Step 8 - Selection and Training

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Information Technology Supervisor (Term Position)

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67907
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
Technology
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Sunday, February 2, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The City of Campbell River is seeking an Information Technology Supervisor to fill a term position for up to one (1) year.

Please see attached PDF or visit the website below for additional information.
How to apply: 
This posting closes on February 2, 2020.
Please send your resume with covering letter, quoting Competition EXT-20-05 to:
Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7
Email: careers@campbellriver.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Seasonal Tax Preparer

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67905
Company: 
Pier CPA Group Inc.
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Pier CPA Group Inc is seeking an individual to join our firm for the upcoming 2020 tax season.
The job is a flexible part-time seasonal position which will commence late February to early March and conclude May 2020. Responsibilities will include preparation of T1 personal tax returns, correspondence with clients, scanning and filing.
Qualifications & Experience: 
The successful candidate should possess basic income tax and bookkeeping knowledge with strong computer skills, exhibiting proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and experience using Profile or similar programs.
We desire a detail orientated candidate with strong written and verbal skills who can both problem-solve and multi task in order to prioritize and meet deadlines.
A candidate must have excellent English communication skills and maintain a professional attitude and appearance.
Candidates with experience with personal income tax preparation and a working knowledge of all relevant areas such as business and rental activities, capital gains, medical and donation deductions will be given preference.
If selected for an interview, skill-based testing may be required.

How to apply: 
Please reply by Email to:
andrea@piercpagroup.com
stating "Application for Tax Preparer" and include your name in the subject title.
Provide your Resume, indicating education, tax preparation work experience, and skill set for this position, a cover letter including availability during the prescribed period, as well as a contact number and email address.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Residential Care Worker

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Casual

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67903
Company: 
Campbell River and District Association for Community Living
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$19.45/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are looking for caring and enthusiastic individuals who possess excellent teamwork skills to join our team.
Residential Care workers are members of a team responsible for assisting the residents in our group homes with activities of daily living and providing opportunities to promote independence, social skills and self-esteem.

*Shifts may include days, evenings, overnight, weekend shifts and statutory holiday shifts.

Once hired as a casual team member, you are welcome to continue your career on a casual basis or apply for any part-time or full-time positions posted internally.

Benefits include:
• Flexible hours
• In-house training
• Team support
• Competitive wages
• Pension Plan
• Benefits package
• a positive and safe environment
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Valid Class 5 Driver's License, (Class 4 upon 90 days of employment)
• First Aid and CPR
• TB test results
• Criminal Record Check
• Food Safe Certification
• Non Violent Crisis Intervention
• Must be willing to swim on a regular basis

Education & Experience
• Human Services Worker Certification or certification in a relevant field.
• Three to six months prior job experience (paid or volunteer), working with people with developmental disabilities.
• Previous experience working with people with dual diagnosis and challenging and/or aggressive behaviour an asset
• Possess a proven ability to calmly and effectively work with challenging and aggressive behaviour
• Hold an understanding and ability to work with individuals with mental disability and mental illness
• Display enthusiasm and energy and be a contributing team member
• Must be physically fit, willing and able to meet all physical demands of the job

How to apply: 
Please send your resume to:
Michelle Albrecht, Human Resources
careers@cradacl.bc.ca

Or drop off at our office, 1153 Greenwood Street

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Automotive Detailer

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67902
Company: 
Campbell River Toyota
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you looking to grow your career in the automotive industry?
Do you like working for a company which values its employees?

Right now Campbell River Toyota is looking for a responsible individual who is looking to grow their career, as an Automotive detailer, at one of the best companies in the world.

What can you expect from us?
We are an equal opportunity, team focused employer who offers opportunities to grow your career.
We offer a competitive pay plan, with medical and dental benefits
Qualifications & Experience: 
A successful applicant will demonstrate:

- High attention to detail.
- Accountable and motivated to exceed customer expectations.
- Succeeds in a team environment.
- Responsible for contributing to a safe work environment.
- You take pride in your work, and do not shy away from new challenges.
- A valid Drivers licence and clean drivers abstract is required.
How to apply: 
Email resumes to:
kim@crtoyota.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Apprentice Automotive Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67901
Company: 
Campbell River Toyota
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you looking to grow your career in the automotive industry? Do you like working for a company which values its employees?

Right now Campbell River Toyota is looking for a responsible, mechanically inclined individual who is looking to grow their career, as an Apprentice Automotive Technician, at one of the best companies in the world.

What can you expect from us?
We are an equal opportunity, team focused employer who offers opportunities to grow your career. We offer a competitive pay plan, with medical and dental benefits.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A successful applicant will demonstrate:
- High attention to detail.
- Accountable and motivated to exceed customer expectations.
- Succeeds in a team environment.
- Responsible for contributing to a safe work environment.
- You take pride in your work, and do not shy away from new challenges.
- A valid Drivers licence and clean drivers abstract is required.
How to apply: 
email resume's to kim@crtoyota.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Automotive Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67900
Company: 
Campbell River Toyota
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you looking to grow your career in the automotive industry? Do you like working for a company which values its employees?

Right now Campbell River Toyota is looking for a responsible, mechanically inclined individual who is looking to grow their career, as an Automotive Technician, at one of the best companies in the world.

What can you expect from us?
We are an equal opportunity, team focused employer who offers opportunities to grow your career. We offer a competitive pay plan, with medical and dental benefits.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A successful applicant will demonstrate:

- High attention to detail.
- Accountable and motivated to exceed customer expectations.
- Succeeds in a team environment.
- Responsible for contributing to a safe work environment.
- You take pride in your work, and do not shy away from new challenges.
- Previous Experience is an asset but not required.
- A valid Drivers licence and clean drivers abstract is required.
How to apply: 
Please Email resumes to:
kim@crtoyota.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Administration

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67899
Company: 
Walco Industries Ltd.
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Who we are: Walco Industries Ltd. The Leader In Industrial Cleaning Services Walco Industries has committed its knowledge and experience in serving its customers for 38 years.
Walco's owners, management and employees believe in the Walco motto of "Service, Quality and Safety" and we earn the trust and confidence of our customers by consistently delivering on our commitments to them, our communities we serve and last but not least, the environment.
We are determined to meet our customers' future needs with services that provide tangible value, and we will aggressively pursue opportunities to strengthen our contributions to their objectives through "Service, Quality and Safety".

We are currently looking to hire an administration personnel to cover a Full Time Position Medical Leave which may turn into a Full Time Permanent Position.

The duties of this position may include but not be limited to:
-Answering phones, booking and dispatching jobs
-Renting Storage Containers
-Estimating
-Booking Flights, Hotels, Ferries
-Monitor and Maintain Office Equipment including ordering replacement Supplies
-Create, update and maintain Personnel Records
-Purchase Training Courses for Employees
-Keeping Records and Filing
-Manage the Catch Basin Cleaning Program
-Must be a Team Player
Qualifications & Experience: 
-Proficient Computer Skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Power Point)
-Highly organized multitasker who works well in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Organized and able to prioritize
-Self Starter
-Detail and Goal Oriented
-E-mailing and Faxing
-Typing
-Spreadsheets
How to apply: 
Please E-mail Cover Letter and Resume to:
wendy.thornton@walcoindustries.ca
or drop off at the Office at 2460 N. Island Hwy. at Woodburn.
No phone calls please.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Superviosr - Early Childhood Educator

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67897
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$19.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking to add a Supervisor to add to our daycare Team.
Wage does not include the $1.00 per hr wage enhancement.
Qualifications & Experience: 
-Early Childhood Certificate.
- Supervisory experience in a similar role is an asset.
How to apply: 
Please submit your Resume to:
Email: rainbowdaycare@telus.net
In person: 8870 Central St, Port Hardy.
Fax : 250-949-6720

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Infant & Toddler Supervisor

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67896
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$21.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking to add a Supervisor for our Infant and Toddler Program.
Wage may vary based on qualifications.
The wage does not include the $1.00/hr wage enhancement.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Infant & Toddler Certificate, or working towards) Supervisory experience, experience in a Infant & Toddler Program
How to apply: 
By Email: rainbowdaycare@telus.net
In person: 8870 Central St, Port Hardy
Fax : 250-949-6720

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Community Resource Fair

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67895
Company: 
North Island Employment
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
When: Wednesday January 29, 10am-2pm.

Where: Thunderbird Mall, 8950 Granville St. Port Hardy.

Join staff from NIEFS; the WorkBC Centre in Port Hardy, NVIATS, North Island College and many other local community service providers and learn about the range of services available in the North Island for you and your family.
Bring your questions and hear about our services.
How to apply: 
Come on down in person!

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Marine Services Team Lead

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 20th, 2020

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ID: 
67894
Company: 
Big Bay Landing Ltd.
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Located on Stuart Island where Bute Inlet and Cordero Channel meet, the private fishing lodge Big Bay Landing has been a haven to the owners since 2006. The area is surrounded by steep rocky slopes softened with lush forest, amazing tidal currents, beautiful wildlife, and of course exceptional fishing and outdoor activities.

Our team members enjoy life on the island and all that it offers, including a staff fishing boat, off-hours access to the fitness facility, hiking trails and a comfortable staff house. Big Bay Landing provides all meals while on-site and transportation to/from Stuart Island via Campbell River.

The Marine Services Team Lead manages and maintains all aspects of the marine facilities, dock and vessels at the resort.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Full knowledge of maintenance for marine equipment
• Experience with managing facilities and/or fleet equipment
• Knowledge of relevant laws, safety and emergency procedures, specifically, small vessel operation, marine structure management
• A minimum of 2 years guiding experience in coastal BC
• Familiarity with all local fishing areas on the coast of British Columbia and Vancouver Island
• Certifications of Small Vessel Operators Proficiency (SVOP)
• Radio operators certificate (ROC-M)
• MEDA-3, Marine Basic First Aid
How to apply: 
employment@bigbaylanding.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Finance Clerk

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67893
Company: 
North Island Employment
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
$18.90 - $21.63 per hour
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a full-time Finance Clerk in our Campbell River office. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! From Employment Counsellors (Generalists and Specialists working with youth, persons with disabilities, Indigenous) to Workshop Facilitators; Employer Services; Finance and Data Quality; and Administration NIEFS offers a range of career opportunities! As a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work we do with our clients and the community!

The Finance Clerk position reports to the Finance & Data Manager and works collaboratively with the Finance and Data team to ensure that the final processing of financial supports (i.e. bus tickets; essential work clothing etc.) to clients are completed accurately and in a timely manner. This position requires strong knowledge of WorkBC Employment Services policy and Ministry systems process, as they relate to overall data integrity, client financial supports and service delivery.

For a complete job description please see the attached PDF or visit our website: https://niefs.net/careers-niefs
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Minimum education required is a grade 12 diploma. Post-secondary education related to business, finance, accounting, bookkeeping or administration preferred.
• Experience working in a customer service, finance/banking or in a community or social service organization.
• Proficient using technology and experience working with scheduling, database software and MS Office including Excel.
• Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
• Demonstrated commitment to exceptional customer service and resolving issues.
• A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
How to apply: 
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing how you meet the requirements of this position and why you want to join the award winning team at North Island Employment!

Completed applications must be received by North Island Employment by Friday, January 24th.

Please address all applications to:
North Island Employment
Shannon Baikie, Regional Manager
920 Alder Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2P8
Fax: 250.286.3447
Email: shannon.baikie@niefs.net

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Receptionist

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67892
Company: 
North Island Employment
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
$18.90 - $21.63 per hour
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a full-time Receptionist in our Campbell River office to work alongside our current Receptionist to ensure overlapping coverage. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! From Employment Counsellors (Generalists and Specialists working with youth, persons with disabilities, Indigenous) to Workshop Facilitators; Employer Services; Finance and Data Quality; and Administration NIEFS offers a range of career opportunities! As a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work we do with our clients and the community! If you are looking for an opportunity to work with and learn from the best Receptionist in town who is loved by everyone this is your chance!

The Receptionist position reports to the Regional Manager, Client Services and is often the first point of contact for clients and community members in accessing NIEFS services. The Receptionist greets everyone who walks through NIEFS doors in a welcoming, friendly and engaging manner. The Receptionist also answers and forwards telephone calls, takes messages and directs to the correct person, schedules appointments and provides other clerical, data entry, and filing duties.

For a complete job description please see the attached PDF or visit our website at: https://niefs.net/careers-niefs
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Minimum education required is a grade 12 diploma. Post-secondary education preferred.
• 3 years’ experience in a customer service and/or experience in a community or social service organization working with a diverse clientele including individuals with complex barriers.
• Proficient using technology and experience working with scheduling, case management database software and MS Office.
• Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
• Demonstrated commitment to exceptional customer service and resolving issues both in person and in a virtual service delivery environment.
• Availability to work varied work hours.
• A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
How to apply: 
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing how you meet the requirements of this position and why you want to join the award winning team at North Island Employment!

Completed applications must be received by North Island Employment by Friday, January 24th.

Please address all applications to:

North Island Employment
Shannon Baikie, Regional Manager
920 Alder Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2P8
Fax: 250.286.3447
Email: shannon.baikie@niefs.net

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Employment Facilitator

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67891
Company: 
North Island Employment
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
$23.36 - $26.84 per hour
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for part-time and/or full-time Employment Facilitators in our Campbell River office. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! From Employment Counsellors (Generalists and Specialists working with youth, persons with disabilities, Indigenous) to Workshop Facilitators; Employer Services; Finance and Data Quality; and Administration NIEFS offers a range of career opportunities! As a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work we do with our clients and the community!

The Employment Facilitator position reports to the Regional Manager, Client Services and facilitates online, group and one to one workshops related to a range of life skills, job search and career development topics. The Employment Facilitator will assist with researching and providing suggestions for curriculum and content changes that respond to the needs of clients and Ministry policy. The Employment Facilitator will also research and provide up to date labour market information, group and individual activities, and monitor online workshops. This position allows for creatively finding solutions and delivery formats to support clients with the tools they need to find sustainable employment. It is essential that the Employment Facilitator demonstrates the ability to support a diverse population and takes initiative to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all clients.

For a complete job description please see the attached PDF or visit our website: https://niefs.net/careers-niefs
Qualifications & Experience: 
• 3 years’ experience working as a Facilitator in the employment services industry (or similar industry) working with a broad and diverse range of clients including those with complex barriers both in-person and through virtual services.
• Experience facilitating and developing curriculum for group based workshops.
• Experience coaching and mentoring clients.
• Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
• Proficient using technology and computer skills associated with group facilitation and job search including learning management systems, internet, email, smart phones, MS Office Word, PowerPoint or other presentation software.
• Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
• Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
• Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
• A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, social work, psychology, sociology, human services, counselling, education, adult learning or human resource management).
• A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
How to apply: 
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing how you meet the requirements of this position and why you want to join the award winning team at North Island Employment!

Completed applications must be received by North Island Employment by Friday, January 24th.

Please address all applications to:

North Island Employment
Shannon Baikie, Regional Manager
920 Alder Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2P8
Fax: 250.286.3447
Email: shannon.baikie@niefs.net

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Employment Counsellor

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67890
Company: 
North Island Employment
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
$23.36 - $26.84 per hour
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a full-time Employment Counsellor in our Campbell River office. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! From Employment Counsellors (Generalists and Specialists working with youth, persons with disabilities, Indigenous) to Workshop Facilitators; Employer Services; Finance and Data Quality; and Administration NIEFS offers a range of career opportunities! As a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work we do with our clients and the community!

The Employment Counsellor/Employment Skills Facilitator position reports to the Regional Manager, Client Services and provides case management employment services to unemployed and/or underemployed people including: formal employment needs assessment, action plan development, facilitation, ongoing monitoring and support, and job maintenance and retention to a diverse range of clients. This position is responsible for achieving sustained employment outcomes by utilizing various service delivery channels including Virtual and WorkBC Centres and uses a client centered approach to identify strengths, skills and abilities and addresses barriers to effective achievement of employment and/or community attachment goals. This position is responsible for taking personal initiative for staying up to date and following WorkBC Policy and ICM requirements to ensure accurate data entry and documentation standards.

For a complete job description please see the attached PDF or visit our website at: https://niefs.net/careers-niefs
Qualifications & Experience: 
• 3 years’ experience working as an Employment Counsellor and/or Employment Skills Facilitator in the employment services industry (or similar industry) working with a broad and diverse range of clients including those with complex barriers both in-person and through virtual services.
• Experience conducting and interpreting client needs assessments and creating action plans.
• Experience facilitating group based workshops.
• Experience coaching and mentoring clients.
• Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
• Proficient using technology and computer skills associated with group facilitation, case management and job search including internet, email, smart phones, MS Office Word, PowerPoint or other presentation software.
• Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
• Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
• Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
• Certification as a Career Development Professional (CCDP) or actively working towards certification.
• A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, social work, psychology, sociology, human services, counselling, education or human resource management).
• A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
How to apply: 
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing how you meet the requirements of this position and why you want to join the award winning team at North Island Employment!

Completed applications must be received by North Island Employment by Friday, January 24th.

Please address all applications to:

North Island Employment
Shannon Baikie, Regional Manager
920 Alder Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 2P8
Fax: 250.286.3447
Email: shannon.baikie@niefs.net

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Sales & Leasing Consultant

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67889
Company: 
Applewood Auto Group
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
Commission
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Applewood Ford in Port Hardy is looking for a energetic individual to join thier sales team!
Are you tired of physically demanding jobs that beat up your body when you get to work or just tired of trying to make ends meet?
Are you new to the industry??? Don't worry, we'll turn you into a Sales Super Star!
We have the best training in the business and you will have the potential of making well over $100,000 per year!

Applewood Auto Group Benefits
• Continuous training from highly successful car gurus
• Work alongside industry leaders, some of the best managers in the industry
• Exciting high energy work atmosphere and we have LOTS of fun
• 7 dealerships and counting to work alongside and grow with
• We promote from within
• We support local communities, sports teams, and charities
• "Team Beats With One Heart" attitude

We have a great work environment, teamwork, and we just love to have fun and sell cars.


Qualifications & Experience: 
What does it take? Networking, Great Values, Drive, Determination, A smile, and the WILLINGNESS TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES!!!

We are willing to train - no experience necessary!
How to apply: 
Call/Email/or Text directly to Matt @ 604-862-4269, mclapperton@applewood.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Maintenance Technician

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67887
Company: 
Nimmo Bay Resort
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Work with a well-rounded and diverse Maintenance team in a beautiful and remote location. Nimmo Bay Resort is looking for an experienced Maintenance Technician to add their skills and personality to the team.

Nimmo Bay operates from May through to October. This is a boat-in and live on-site position, with a 3-week in, 10-days out rotation. This role is ideal for someone seeking a new and challenging experience.
Qualifications & Experience: 
The ideal candidate will have strong overall preventative maintenance knowledge, and trouble shooting ability, with skills in as many of the following as possible: carpentry, marine mechanics, diesel engines, propane, electrical, plumbing, equipment, docks, and tool usage. Certification or experience on diesel engines, gas engines, Electrical, Plumbing, or Pool Chemical all considered an asset.
How to apply: 
Please send your resume to landa@nimmobay.com.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic/Marine Mechanic

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67886
Company: 
I.P.S. Innovative Pressure Systems (2016) Inc.
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking an Red Seal Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic/Marine Mechanic

Responsibilities include:
• Perform planned preventative maintenance activities and repairs
• Perform Running Maintenance repairs on various types of heavy equipment.
• Rotate through shop and field assignments as required
• Perform large component replacements
• Maintain accurate records of maintenance performed and equipment deficiencies
• Ability to travel out of town for work as there may be some camp work required

We are a small company that supplies net washer parts for the aquaculture industry.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Red Seal Certification
• Strong mechanical aptitude & technical skills
• A Valid Driver's License
• Good communication and organizational skills
• Ability to work with diverse individuals and groups
• Computer skills
• Ability to work with limited supervision

How to apply: 
Please submit Resume via Email to:
manager@innovativepressuresystems.com
Please put the position you are applying for in Subject line.

Comox Valley

Comox

Swim Instructor/Lifegurad

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67885
Company: 
Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$16.98/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Under the supervision of the Aquatics Supervisor, the Swim Instructor/Lifeguard plans and prepares swimming lessons, instructs students at their appropriate level in accordance with guidelines set out by Red Cross and Lifesaving Society programs and provides feedback to participants and/or parents with recommendations for improvements. He/she performs lifeguard duties and participates in meetings and in-service training, clinics and club events. She/He opens and closes the aquatic facility, ensures the safety of all participants while in the pool facility and assists in maintaining the pool office, pool deck and storage areas in a neat and tidy manner.
(currently seeking 2 positions as seen on attachment)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Current National Lifeguard Service (NLS) – Pool Option qualification
Current CPR Level C and Standard First Aid qualifications
Current Water Safety Instructor certification
Client focus, organizational knowledge, communication, innovation, teamwork and leadership (our shared competencies).

How to apply: 
Online at www.cfmws.com or by email to npfhrcomox@cfmws.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Clinical Counsellor

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Part-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67884
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Survivors' Healing Society provides professional counselling for people affected by various forms of trauma and abuse. A range of recognized and evidence-based approaches are supported. Clinical consultation and peer support are provided. The position is well suited for a counsellor who is motivated to provide in-depth counselling and some counselling that is shorter term. The counselling is held onsite in Campbell River on a regular schedule of 30 hrs/wk.
Qualifications & Experience: 
North Island Survivors' Healing Society seeks an additional registered clinical counsellor to join our vibrant clinical team. Counsellors eligible for resgistration may be considered.
How to apply: 
Please direct your cover letter and resume to contact@nishs.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Junior Marine Technician/Rigger

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67882
Company: 
Daigle Marine Inc
Industry: 
Manufacturing & Utilities
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Welcome to Daigle Marine!
At our plant in beautiful Campbell River, British Columbia, our talented team of 25 full-time staff specializes in designing and building custom aluminum boats. Well represented across the globe, our company is proud to have built over 800 aluminum quality vessels ranging from pleasure crafts to commercial work boats
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must have some mechanical and electrical aptitude and possess knowledge of 12 volt wiring. The right candidate will have the ability to learn and understand new concepts, problem-solve, be creative and be able to work on a team. Basic knowledge of tools and the ability to measure objects would also be considered an asset.
How to apply: 
Email: llange@eaglecraft.bc.ca

Please respond to this job posting with resume detailing experience applicable experience. No Phone Calls.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Marine Technician/Rigger

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 17th, 2020

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ID: 
67881
Company: 
Daigle Marine Inc
Industry: 
Manufacturing & Utilities
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
At our plant in beautiful Campbell River, British Columbia, our talented team of 25 full-time staff specializes in designing and building custom aluminum boats. Well represented across the globe, our company is proud to have built over 800 aluminum quality vessels ranging from pleasure crafts to commercial work boats.
Pay is dependent on experience.
Please respond to this job posting with resume detailing experience in marine Technician/Rigger. No Phone Calls. experience and willingness to learn.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must have knowledge and experience in marine electrical, plumbing, marine electronics, and inboard and outboard engine installs. ABYC certification a plus. Must possess excellent organizational, and communication skills. Must thrive in a team environment.
How to apply: 
Email: llange@eaglecraft.bc.ca

Other

Nanaimo

Community Coroner

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 16th, 2020

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ID: 
67880
Company: 
Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
$32.32 /hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Multiple locations, Community Coroner play a critical role in your community!
The BC Coroners Service (BCCS) is responsible for determining the circumstances of all sudden, unexpected and unnatural deaths in the province. The BCCS is seeking mature, compassionate and community minded individuals to work as Community Coroners on an “as and when required” basis. These unique positions offer an opportunity for individuals to use various skills in serving their communities in a high-profile role.

In this role you will conduct a preliminary scene investigation into all unnatural, sudden and unexpected deaths in the designated area you serve. Community Coroners are an integral part of the investigative team, providing critical initial information that allows for timely, thorough and accurate investigations.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications for this role include:

• An undergraduate degree or diploma in Health, Legal or Social Science disciplines, and
• A minimum 5 years of professional and practical employment experience in gathering, interpreting and synthesizing investigative information in a medical, health care, or legal/medico-legal setting, and using that information for timely decision making, effective risk management and audience- appropriate communication
• OR; an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience may be considered.
• Experience working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders, partners, allies, and/or agencies.
• Experience gathering, synthesizing, evaluating and interpreting investigative information from diverse sources.
• Experience with and a demonstrated working knowledge of medical terminology, or willingness to successfully complete a medical terminology course within 6 months of employment.
• Experience communicating with individuals with sensitivity during highly emotional situations.

Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link below) will be accepted.
How to apply: 
For more information and to apply online by February 16, 2020, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/66554
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.

Other

Pub Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 16th, 2020

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ID: 
67879
Company: 
Jingle Pot Pub
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The Pub Manager will promote and grow the business, hire and train waitstaff, and ensure that patrons are receiving excellent drinks, food, and service. You will also manage inventory and resources, plan promotional events, ensure that quality and safety controls are followed, maintain current licenses, create schedules, and work with ownership to set business objectives to increase profits and maximize customer satisfaction.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

· Manage the business aspects of the pub, such as keeping a current liquor license, taking inventory and reordering supplies, managing budgets, and setting goals.

· Accomplishes restaurant human resource objectives by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions; planning and reviewing compensation actions; enforcing policies and procedures.

· Achieves restaurant operational objectives by contributing information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; preparing and completing action plans; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining system improvements; implementing change

· Create effective schedules and quickly resolving conflicts to ensure that pub is well staffed. Utilize yourself during peak hours, scheduling a minimum of 30 hours a week on the floor.

· Meets restaurant financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.

· Have the physical ability to perform all duties of a bartender and server.

· Coach assistant manager, supervisors, bartenders, & servers on Company’s operations best practices including – cleanliness, inventory levels and tracking, hiring, and day to day operations

· Plans menus by consulting with chefs; estimates food costs and profits; adjusts menus.

· Controls costs by reviewing portion control and quantities of preparation; minimizing waste; ensuring high quality of preparation.

· Setting and enforcing quality & safety controls, maintain a fun, safe atmosphere for staff and patrons.

· Ensuring licenses are updated and in line with current legislation. Avoids legal challenges by conforming to the regulations of the alcoholic beverage commission.

· Maximizes bar profitability by ensuring portion control; monitoring accuracy of charges.

· Working with diverse personalities both staff and patrons.

· Publicizes the restaurant by designing and placing advertisements; inviting food editors to review the restaurant; contacting local, regional, and national magazines with feature ideas; encouraging local businesses to hold social events at the restaurant.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.

· Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

· Diffusing tense situations between patrons or staff members to prevent possible safety and/or legal issues, ejecting unruly persons, if needed.
Maintains safe, secure, and healthy environment by establishing, following, and enforcing sanitation standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations; securing revenues; developing and implementing disaster plans; maintaining security and sprinkler systems; maintaining parking lot and walkways.

· Maintains ambiance by controlling lighting, background music, linen service, glassware, dinnerware, and utensil quality and placement; monitoring food presentation and service.

· Complete daily paperwork and computer entry in a timely manner
Qualifications & Experience: 
Good oral and written communication skills

· Demonstrate ability to foster and work within a team environment

· Demonstrate ability to provide exceptional customer service

· Demonstrate ability to delegate and lead six or more people at a time

· Ability to develop budgets

· Demonstrated computer literacy (Microsoft Office) with good working knowledge of spreadsheets and data entry

· Able to maintain composure under pressure

· Able to establish priorities and monitor workflow in areas of responsibility

· Able to communicate effectively both orally and written
How to apply: 
Please apply to AZadra@omnifoods.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Store Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 16th, 2020

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ID: 
67878
Company: 
Gas N Go General Stores & Markets
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Quality Orientation
Time Management
Development and Continual Learning
Problem Solving
Accountability and Dependability
Decision Making and Judgement
Enforcing Laws, Rules and Regulations
Mediating and Negotiating
Communication
Energy and Stress
Team Work
Qualifications & Experience: 
Job Duties
Operating Equipment
Ethics and Integrity
Planning and Organizing
Mathematical Reasoning

Recruit, select, train and conduct regular performance reviews to maintain staff requirements.
Assign and prepare work schedules in alignment with business trends.
Maintain specified inventory levels and order merchandise accordingly.
Prepare reports regarding sales volumes, merchandising and employee matters.
Engage and motivate employees to support excellent customer service.
Resolve customer concerns and complaints in a courteous, professional manner.
Plan budgets, authorize expenditures and attain budgeted revenue expectations.
Comply with, and enforce all policies and procedures, at all times.
Plan, organize, develop, implement and interpret programs, goals, objectives, policies, and procedures.
Ensure Occupational Health & Safety and Violence Prevention legislation compliance.
Perform other duties, relevant to the position, as necessary.
Work Conditions

Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals.
Interacts with upper management, colleagues, clients and vendors
Standing for long periods.
Lifting up to 50 lbs.
Please Note - this position requires the right candidate to be Certified with Food Safety. We are looking to fill the position ASAP
How to apply: 
Apply with resume to BreCross.GeneralStores@gmail.com

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Executive Housekeeper

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

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ID: 
67877
Company: 
Black Bear Resort / Humpback Inn
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 31, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Must Be Able to work weekdays, most weekends including holiday weekends. Must be flexible with scheduling able to come in on short notice. Position will start casual on call and become full time during the busy season. Competitive wages based on experience, thoroughness, and pace. $16 to $19 per hour TBD
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must be a team player and able to work unsupervised after training period. Experience preferred but not required. Must be physically fit and able to lift 25lbs.
How to apply: 
email resume with references to blackbr@telus.net

Campbell River Region

Courtenay

Youth Outreach Educator - Courtenay and Campbell River

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

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ID: 
67876
Company: 
AVI Health & Community Services
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$23.33/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Job Summary:
The Health Promotion Educator ‐ Youth Outreach Program provides programming, education, and support relating to: HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, STIs, substance use, harm reduction, sexual and gender diversity, sexual decision‐making, testing, treatment, and prevention strategies as a means of increasing community awareness and wellness, and reducing the further incidence of STBBIs with a focus on the needs of youth (ages 13 – 25) on Northern Vancouver Island.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Facilitates presentations and workshops providing HIV/AIDS prevention education information, harm reduction and sexual decision making to general and alternate school and community-based audiences.
Participates in the design, implementation, and delivery of youth peer helper training on a variety of topics: HIV/AIDS, HCV, STIs, prevention, testing and treatment, safer sex and substance use, and peer support to youth participants of the Youth at Risk project.
Assists in the coordination of the “Love Shack” youth peer event outreach program and youth team: this includes volunteer recruitment, training and mentorship; coordination and booking of event outreach; order and coordinate food, tents, audio visual equipment on the day of the event, etc.
Provides outreach, education and healthcare/social service navigation support to youth in the Courtney region, and surrounding area.
Participates in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of educational activities as needed
Maintains up‐to‐date and accurate knowledge of HIV, HCV and STIs including prevention, transmission, treatment, and emerging trends in relation to risk groups such as GBMSM, youth who use drugs, women, Indigenous people, and people who have been incarcerated.
In consultation with the manager, orders and/or creates, collates and distributes educational materials and safer sex packs to youth participants and youth partner agencies.
Communicates with community‐based organizations, regarding issues related to HIV, HCV, STIs, safer sex and substance use for youth.
Provides overdose recognition and response training
Participates in the reporting of program activities as needed.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications:
Education, Training, and Experience:

University degree in health or social sciences or an equivalent combination of education and experience
A minimum of 2 years’ experience working within HIV/AIDS, HCV and/or STI prevention and awareness and/or community development and support for youth
Demonstrated understanding and commitment to harm reduction principles and practices
Demonstrated experience facilitating workshops and education initiatives with and for youth
Demonstrated experience and knowledge of drug use amongst youth
Demonstrated experience planning, promoting and launching public education and development activities and events, such as conferences, forums, and workshops for youth
Experience working with and providing education to diverse populations of youth including street involved communities; Indigenous people; queer communities; trans people; GB2SMSM; people who use criminalized substances; sex trade workers; multicultural and disability communities
Relevant current experience, skills, and knowledge related to issues impacting youth on Northern Vancouver Island, an asset
Valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License and access to vehicle.
How to apply: 
To apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to
jobs@avi.org
by 5:00pm on Sunday, January 26, 2020.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Vessel Captain

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

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ID: 
67875
Company: 
K'awat'si Marine Services
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Specific Skills:

Record vessel's progress, weather and sea conditions in ship's log
Enforce regulations in Canadian waters
Direct and oversee the loading and unloading of cargo/freight
Control, steer and navigate a vessel in various waterways
Command and operate ships or vessels to transport cargo/freight
Determine geographical position using navigational instruments, maps and charts
Computer proficient with a good working knowledge of current software programs
Work Site Environment
Outdoors
On water
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
Work under pressure
Attention to detail
Combination of sitting, standing, walking
Personal Suitability
Initiative
Effective interpersonal skills
Excellent oral communication
Excellent written communication
Dependability
Judgement
Reliability
Organized
Responding to emergencies onboard
Adaptable to flexible schedule

Certification:
Master >150 GT or greater certificate

Please note: Preference would be given to an indigenous candidate
Qualifications & Experience: 
Minimum 3 years' experience as a Master of a vessel that is 150 GT or greater including management of the activities of deck and shipboard employees
How to apply: 
Apply with cover letter and resume to:
hr@kedc.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Sports Fishing / Whale Watching Guides

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Seasonal

Posted Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

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ID: 
67874
Company: 
Anchor Inn Charters
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Experienced Sports Fishing Guides required for the 2020 season.
We are also offering Whale Watching Excursions starting May 1st.
Unless the DFO changes the fishing regulations for area 13 our fishing season will start July 15th and run until the end of September.
Wages will be $300.00 a day plus tips and your tips should average about $100.00 a day for our fishing packages which are mostly 4N 5D packages offering up to 35 hours of fishing.
We should be able to give you up to about 100 days of employment for the season.
of work for the coming season.
Qualifications & Experience: 
You will need your SVOP.
How to apply: 
Please send resume to:
anchorinncharters@gmail.com

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Noon Hour Supervisor II - Sunset Elementary School

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Part-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

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ID: 
67873
Company: 
School District No. 85
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$21.80/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Supervises designated areas during lunch hour, according to established procedures.
Keeps a record of incidents as required.
Ensures students do not leave school property without permission.
Reports injuries and behavioral problems to the principal or designate.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.

This Regular position is 5 hours per week, while school is in session. This posting will remain open until filled.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Level 1 First Aid is a requirement.
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent) preferably supplemented by specialized courses applicable to work situation (e.g. CPI).
Ability to maintain good working relationships with school staff and students.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather.
Valid Level 1 first aid certificate or equivalent.
Related experience preferred.
How to apply: 
Submit a CUPE Application Form and First Aid Certificate to:
awoytowich@sd85.bc.ca
CUPE Application Form can be found through the link below:

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

FORESTRY WORKERS - WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67871
Industry: 
Forestry
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 5pm
Details: 
Are you or your family affected by the troubles in the forestry industry?
WE’RE HERE TO HELP!
Talk to us today about how we can help you:
-> Job Search and Resume assistance
-> Work options until you’re back at work
-> Training or Self Employment options

CONTACT the WorkBC Centre Outreach team in your area.
ASK FOR JENNY or CONNIE or next available Employment Counsellor.
* 250-286-3441 (Campbell River and surrounding areas)
* Toll-free 1-866-286-6788 (North Island Communities)

EMAIL - info@niefs.net OR jenny.evans@niefs.net
www.niefs.net
Qualifications & Experience: 
Visit our WorkBC locations:

CAMPBELL RIVER & surrounding areas
Mon –Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm – Open late Wednesdays until 6 pm
Appointment bookings by calling 250-286-3441 and
Staffed employment resources area, job board and computer internet lab
920 Alder street, Campbell River (Inside North Island Employment - NIEFS building)

PORT McNEILL – 14-311 Hemlock Street in Community Futures Mt Waddington
Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm - Self-serve Employment Resource area, job board and computer/internet lab
Appointments available Mondays or Tuesdays 8:30 am – 4:30 pm by calling 1-866-286-6788
Community Futures Mt. Waddington office - 14-311 Hemlock Street

PORT HARDY - 129-8950 Granville Street (inside Thunderbird Mall – NIEFS co-located with NVIATS)
Wed 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, Thurs – Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Appointment bookings by calling 1-866-286-6788 and
Staffed employment resources area, job board and computer internet lab

Delivering WorkBC Services across the region, North Island Employment (NIEFS) also runs Outreach Employment Services as needed at these locations:
Gold River Literacy Centre
Sayward School (or Heritage Hall or VIRL)
Port Alice Community Centre or VIRL
Woss VIRL
Sointula, Alert Bay, Quadra and Cortes Islands
Contact jenny.evans@niefs.net for Outreach Employment Services schedule or appointment bookings.
How to apply: 
CONTACT the WorkBC Centre Outreach team in your area.
ASK FOR JENNY or CONNIE or next available Employment Counsellor.
* 250-286-3441 (Campbell River and surrounding areas)
* Toll-free 1-866-286-6788 (North Island Communities)
EMAIL - info@niefs.net OR jenny.evans@niefs.net
www.niefs.net

Other

Pemberton

Log Processor Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67870
Company: 
Raye Shier Enterprises Ltd.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Pemberton based logging company, 20 minutes north of Whistler, with long term contracts is in search of an experienced Log Loader Buncher/Processor Operator, live heel boom-grapple.

Experience in B.C. Coastal Logging within the last 3 years, and must possess a valid B.C. Drivers License.

Camp style Accomodation

Extended Health Care Benefits after 3 months

Company is Safe Certified

No alcohol or drugs permitted
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience in west coast logging running processors
Experience only, drivers license a must and first aid is an asset
WMIS training required
How to apply: 
e mail resume to info@shierenterprises.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Project Participants (15) Health Care Assistant Plus Diploma

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67865
Company: 
Discovery Community College
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
PROJECT PARTICIPANTS (15 Positions)
HEALTHCARE ASSISTANT PLUS DIPLOMA
A Project-Based Labour Market Training Program

Project Host:
Discovery Community College

Industry:
Healthcare

WAGE:
This is not regular insurable employment: Eligible project participants may receive an allowance for participation up to $300 per week.*

DETAILS:
* This project based labour market training initiative offers an enhanced training opportunity for eligible candidates that have an interest and suitability for participation in project training.
The training takes place between February 17 2020 to October 9, 2020 is will be held at Discovery Community College, 1130 Shoppers Row, Campbell River.

Project participants will participate in twenty-one (21) weeks of employability and occupational skills classroom training, ten (10) weeks of on-the-job work experience, and three (3) weeks of follow-up support to prepare participants for employment as Healthcare Assistants.
Basic training and industry safety certification will be provided including Emergency First Aid with CPR, Food Safe Level 1 and Heathcare Assistant (HCA) Intro to Practice.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Attend and fully participate in all training activities
• Continue to seek regular paid employment

Qualifications & Experience: 
* Project Participants must be unemployed and either have established a claim for EI Benefits or had an EI Benefit period which ended within the last 5 years or have earned more than $2,000 in insurable earnings and paid employee EI premiums on those earnings in at least 5 of the last 10 years.
Participants must be determined eligible and suitable and be referred through the local Work BC Centre. Connect with a staff person at the WorkBC Centre in Campbell River for details.


How to apply: 
Connect with the local WorkBC Centre at :
920 Alder Street, Campbell River for details.
Open Monday and Tuesday 8:30am to 4:30pm, Wednesday 8:30am to 6pm, Thursday and Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm.
For more information please call: 250-286-3441 for Campbell River or
Call Toll: 1-866-286-6788.

Other

Tofino BC

Hotel Front Desk Clerk

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67863
Company: 
SCHOONER MOTEL
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$19.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Hotel Front Desk Clerk (1 Vacancy - Full-Time, Permanent)
SCHOONER MOTEL in Tofino, BC is looking for a Hotel Front Desk Clerk
-Work location and business address: 315-321 Campbell Street, Tofino, BC, V0R 2Z0
-Work Hours: 40.00 hours per week
-Wage: $19.00 per hour
-Vacation pay: 4% of gross salary
-Language: English required

Duties and responsibilities;
-Register arriving guests and assign rooms,
-Process group arrivals and departures,
-Take, cancel and change room reservations,
-Provide information on hotel facilities and services,
-Provide general information about points of interest in the area,
-Investigate and resolve complaints and claims,
-Process guests' departures, calculate charges and receive payments,
-Balance cash and complete balance sheets, cash reports and related forms,
-Maintain an inventory of vacancies, reservations and room assignments,
-Follow emergency and safety procedures,
-Clerical duties (i.e. faxing, filing, photocopying),
-Answer telephone and relay telephone calls and messages,
-Provide customer service,
-Perform light housekeeping and cleaning duties,
-Assist clients/guests with special needs
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Completion of High School or equivalent is usually required.
• Completion of a two-year apprenticeship program, or college program in front desk operations or hotel management may be required.
• Any experience in customer service is preferred
How to apply: 
Employer:
EUN HOLDINGS LTD. o/a SCHOONER MOTEL

Please e-mail your resume to:
schoonermotels@gmail.com
or mail your resume to:
PO BOX 202, 315-321
Campbell Street,
Tofino, BC,
V0R 2Z0

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Community Support Worker

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Casual

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67861
Company: 
North Island Community Services Society
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Summary:
NICSS’ Community Links Program, is currently looking for casual on-call employees who are able to apply a person-centered and strengths-based approach to working with clients who demonstrate diverse abilities. We offer several programs, including: Supported Independent Living (Outreach), Day Program (Community Inclusion), Supported Employment and Personalized Supports. We are looking for people who believe in the abilities of others and who are committed to supporting individuals to establish and reach their goals, while feeling like a part of the community where they live.

Our casual on-call positions can often result in working a considerable number of hours. If you have a positive attitude, consider yourself to be a team-player and have the ability to work between our programs, we want to hear from you!
Qualifications & Experience: 
The Ideal Candidate will:

Excel at developing trust-based and supportive relationships with team members, program participants, caregivers/family and community partners
Have post-secondary education/experience in Community Support; Youth Care; Health Care Aide; Resident Care/Home Support; Mental Health; or related education/experience supporting people with developmental disabilities
Be experienced in Person-Centered Planning and/or strengths-based planning
Demonstrate flexibility with a willingness to adapt and change as individual and programming needs may evolve. This position requires one to one support, as well as group setting support
Assist in personal care, meal preparation, laundry and other in-house tasks
Prove to be an effective communicator (oral, written and listening) with a strong awareness of cross-cultural practices, traditions and values
A willingness to continue learning and growing alongside the people that we serve

Essential Qualifications:

Valid Driver's License, clean abstract and reliable vehicle
Approved Ministry of Justice Criminal Records Check
Level 1 first aid w/CPR (or willing to obtain prior to start date)
Food Safe Certification (or willingness to obtain)
How to apply: 
Interested applicants can send resume and cover letters via email to ed@nicommunityservices.ca or fax to (250) 956-4484

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Visitor Services Associate

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Part-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67860
Company: 
Museum at Campbell River
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$14.20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The Museum at Campbell River is the largest regional Museum on northern Vancouver Island. It is operated by a non-profit society with a mandate to “preserve our past to inform our future”. Annually the Museum is visited by national and international tourists as well as local residents who participate in a wide range of public programs and events offered by the Museum. The Visitor Service Associate is the first person Museum guests interact with and is integral to facilitating a positive Museum experience.

Work schedule: This is a permanent part-time position that works the following hours:

Summer & December Hours (May 17 to September 30th):
- 3 days a week including Sunday (21 hrs per week)
Winter Hours:
- 2 days a week including Sunday ( 11 hrs per week)
May include some evening hours
Qualifications & Experience: 
The Visitor Services Associate is responsible for operating the Museum’s reception desk and providing a positive customer service experience to all Museum guests. Key front line tasks include; greeting and reception, admissions, program registration, statistical gathering, building security, visitor safety, and handling of various request and referrals. Works closely with museum programming and operations staff to ensure a seamless guest experience and a positive visit to the Museum.

Essential Skills:
• Positive team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Proficient organizational and time management skills and strong multi-tasking abilities
• Must enjoy working with the public, meeting new people and working with volunteers
• Proficiency with Word, Excel, Outlook preferred
• Good business and mathematical skills, attention to detail and significant use of memory
• Must have a valid BC Driver’s License and access to a vehicle
• Must be willing to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays

Abilities:
• Ability to work under general direction
• Ability to work and think quickly under pressure
• Must be comfortable dealing with large groups of people
• Aptitude for performing work requiring close attention to detail

Education:
• Completion of college or university level tourism courses is preferred
• Minimum of 1 year of customer service and cash handling experience preferred

Experience:
• Experience in sales and cash handling with knowledge of Point of Sale an asset
• Knowledge of our Museum or the history of our area and community an asset
• Experience in the hospitality industry would be an asset


How to apply: 
Applications can be dropped off at the Museum during open hours: 6 days per week (Tues to Sun) from noon to 5pm or emailed to tona.mcmurran@crmuseum.ca Applications must include a cover letter specifically addressing position requirements, resume and 3 references.
Application Deadline: 4pm, February 16th, 2020

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Contracted Carehome

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67859
Company: 
The John Howard Society of North Island
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$3600/month
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The John Howard Society of North Island is seeking professionals to join our carehome team. Contracted caregivers provide a supportive, understanding, structured home for youth. We offer a high level of support, ongoing training, and three paid respite days per month.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience working with youth.Knowledge of youth related issues and youth development. Ability to provide structure and consistent parenting while remaining flexible. Well developed self-care and coping skills. Good communication skills. The ability to self-assess and be open to constructive feedback.
How to apply: 
Please contact Sadie Ostler at 250.286.0222 ext 225

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Food Counter Attendant

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67858
Company: 
Tim Hortons
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$13.85/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Food Counter Attendant
509953 BC Ltd. o/a Tim Hortons
Location: 1325 Island Hwy, Campbell River, BC, V9W 8C2 - 5 vacancies
F1 465 Merecroft Road, Campbell River, BC, V9W 6K6 - 5 vacancies
2072 Island Hwy, Campbell River, BC, V9W 1C1 - 5 vacancies

Salary: $13.85/hour
Employment groups: Students, Youth, Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Visible minorities, Persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, Newcomers to Canada, Seniors
Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time, Part-Time, Day, Evening, Night, Weekend, Shift, Morning
Benefits: Group Insurance
Start date: As soon as possible
Languages: English
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma needed
Experience: No experience necessary
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Standing for extended periods; Physically demanding
Personal Suitability: Team player; Reliability

Counter Attendant and Food Preparer Skills: Keep records of the quantities of food used, portion and wrap foods, prepare, heat and finish simple food items, take customers' orders, use manual and electrical appliances to clean, peel, slice and trim foodstuffs, package take-out food, serve customers at counters or buffet tables, stock refrigerators and salad bars.

Dishwashing Skills: Sanitize and wash dishes and other items by hand, scour pots and pans, clean and sanitize items such as dishwasher mats, carts and waste disposal units, operate dishwashers to wash dishes, glassware and flatware.

Kitchen Helpers Skills: Clean and sanitize kitchen including work surfaces, cupboards, storage areas, appliances and equipment, receive, unpack and store supplies in refrigerators, freezers, cupboards and other storage areas, handle and store cleaning products, sharpen kitchen knives, sweep, mop, wash and polish floors, wash, peel and cut vegetables and fruit, remove kitchen garbage and trash.
Weight Handling: Up to 23 kg (50 lbs)
How to apply: 
How to apply
In Person or by mail: at any of the above locations
By email: th105355@gmail.com
By phone: 250.923.8900
By fax: 250.923.8908
All interested applicants who can legally work in Canada are encouraged to apply. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Food Counter Attendant

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Part-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67857
Company: 
Tim Hortons
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$13.85/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Food Counter Attendant
509953 BC Ltd. o/a Tim Hortons
Location: 1325 Island Hwy, Campbell River, BC, V9W 8C2 - 5 vacancies
F1 465 Merecroft Road, Campbell River, BC, V9W 6K6 - 5 vacancies
2072 Island Hwy, Campbell River, BC, V9W 1C1 - 5 vacancies

Salary: $13.85/hour
Employment groups: Students, Youth, Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Visible minorities, Persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, Newcomers to Canada, Seniors
Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time, Part-Time, Day, Evening, Night, Weekend, Shift, Morning
Benefits: Group Insurance
Start date: As soon as possible
Languages: English
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma needed
Experience: No experience necessary
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Standing for extended periods; Physically demanding
Personal Suitability: Team player; Reliability

Counter Attendant and Food Preparer Skills: Keep records of the quantities of food used, portion and wrap foods, prepare, heat and finish simple food items, take customers' orders, use manual and electrical appliances to clean, peel, slice and trim foodstuffs, package take-out food, serve customers at counters or buffet tables, stock refrigerators and salad bars.

Dishwashing Skills: Sanitize and wash dishes and other items by hand, scour pots and pans, clean and sanitize items such as dishwasher mats, carts and waste disposal units, operate dishwashers to wash dishes, glassware and flatware.

Kitchen Helpers Skills: Clean and sanitize kitchen including work surfaces, cupboards, storage areas, appliances and equipment, receive, unpack and store supplies in refrigerators, freezers, cupboards and other storage areas, handle and store cleaning products, sharpen kitchen knives, sweep, mop, wash and polish floors, wash, peel and cut vegetables and fruit, remove kitchen garbage and trash.
Weight Handling: Up to 23 kg (50 lbs)
How to apply: 
How to apply
In Person or by mail: at any of the above locations
By email: th105355@gmail.com
By phone: 250.923.8900
By fax: 250.923.8908
All interested applicants who can legally work in Canada are encouraged to apply. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Sales and Marketing Coordinator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67856
Company: 
k’awat’si Economic Development Corporation
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking a Sales and Marketing Coordinator to join our Team.

The duties and responsibilities of this role may include but, not be limited to:

-Responsible for the development and execution of all digital marketing, social content and advertising campaign to support hotel and brand goals as well as other businesses such as k’awat’si Construction, Cold Storage Facility, Gwanak Resources, k’awat’si Tours as well as k’awat’si Marine services.
-Design, build and maintain all social media platforms (i.e. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube etc.).
This includes content creation, posting, execution, follower engagement and responsiveness.
-Develop engaging online content including forums, videos, graphics, blogs and closely monitor content success and customer engagement.
-Analyze key metrics that unite the hotel’s website traffic, use Google Analytics, Google Ad Words and other relevant sites.
-Graphic design, web design, and video to create unique and engaging content.
-Develop and maintain website and create engaging content to drive organic traffic and brand interest.
-Create relevant content calendars to reach the Hotel and restaurant consumers which are to be reviewed on weekly basis.
-Generate monthly reports on our Social media and marketing campaign’s performance.
-Keep abreast of new social media sites, web technologies, and digital marketing trends; implement these new technologies in developing campaigns and update current campaigns to include new information.
-Collaborate with agencies, media / fashion bloggers, lifestyle bloggers, travel bloggers and other partners.
-Responsible to monitor channels for any positive or negative posts or opportunities to surprise and delight guests.
-Identification of trade shows, Wedding, corporate conferences, travel and tourism shows etc.
-Guidance and support on promoting our banquet and catering offering for the hotel.
-Identify local buyers/market demand for products for all businesses if needed.
-Lead public relations activities including story development and organizing media visits.
-Create on-property and off property social media presence and events to drive awareness and engagement.
-Outreach to local and top market media for hotel visits, on-site entertainment and other experiences to develop relationships and pitch relevant stories for the hotel/brand.
-Explore new ancillary product lines & product 'packages' (merchandise, bottled sauces, hotel/tourism/restaurant sales).
-Assist in marketing for Fish processing for Cold Storage facility.
-Targeted communication plan for Group and FIT operators to increase peak season bookings and extend shoulder season bookings.
-Leverage media opportunities and social media posts from influential bloggers/writers to foster brand awareness.
-Ensure the timely implementation of marketing campaigns and promotions.
-Conduct online market research to identify new business opportunities with new and existing clients.
-Meet annual sales goals while maintaining budget.
-Assist in developing and presenting budget, marketing, and communication initiatives.
-Use sales techniques that maximize revenue while maintaining existing customers to all Businesses.
-Assist in the preparation of reports and projects, planning and organizing promotional presentations etc.
-Attend Community networking functions and workshops.
-Recognizes opportunities to maximize revenue opportunities by up-selling and offering enhancements to create outstanding events.
-Other Duties as assigned.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Minimum 2 years Marketing experience preferred.
Bachelors degree or related education in Marketing preferred.

Please note:
Pursuant to Section 41 of BC Human Rights Code: preference may be given to applicants with qualifications who have Aboriginal Ancestry.
How to apply: 
Please submit your resume and cover letter to:
hr@kedc.ca

Other

Electrician

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67855
Company: 
Mowi
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Mowi Canada West is currently seeking an individual to join the team as a full-time, permanent Maintenance Technician within our Freshwater Operations.
Reporting to the Hatchery Manager the incumbent will plan and carry out inspections and maintenance of machinery and equipment on our Hatcheries.

Responsibilities:
• Perform inspections, maintenance and repairs on our salmon farming equipment.
• Engage and manage contractors as required.
• Ensure our ‘Predictive and Preventive Maintenance’ plan is carried out as intended by the Freshwater Maintenance Team.
• Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, electrical code specifications and schematics in order to effectively troubleshoot, maintain and repair equipment.
• Optimize equipment safety and efficiency by participating in continuous improvement projects and completing work orders according to PM schedules.
• Work on other projects as required.
• Be self starting and reliable dealing with a wide range of people in all levels of the building/sub-contracting industry.
• Work with other trades, and sometimes contractors, in a flexible team environment to achieve greater efficiencies and productivity.
• Assist the production team in the efficient operation of the equipment.
• Work safely and ensure safety of staff and of outside contractors working on site as per Mowi Canada West policy and procedures.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Hold Red Seal Certification as an Electrician.
• Strong troubleshooting skills.
• Experience on Control systems, Frequency Drives, PLCs.
• Experience with computerized/automated equipment would be ideal.
• Ability to produce and read electrical schematics.
• Experience with networking.
• Strong computer skills.
• Be committed and self-motivated, with excellent organizational and communicational skills.
• Good working knowledge of current electrical Standards and Regulations.
• A valid driver’s license.
How to apply: 
Closing Date: January 27, 2020
To be considered for this opportunity with a progressive, growth-oriented company, please submit your resume and cover letter online at the link below.

Port Hardy and North Island

Coal Harbour

General Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, January 14th, 2020

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ID: 
67854
Company: 
Quatsino Economic Development Limited Partnership
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The General Manager (GM) will assist the Quatsino Economic Development Board in achieving their vision by identifying, investigating and pursuing economic opportunities for the Quatsino people. The GM will determine and formulate policies and provide the overall direction of the current and future companies operating under the umbrella of the Quatsino First Nations Economic Development Limited Partnership (QEDLP). The GM will plan, direct and coordinate operational activities at the highest level of management, with the help of subordinate staff, under the direct supervision of the Board of Directors of QEDLP.

Roles and Responsibilities:

• Direct and coordinate the organization’s financial and budget activities to fund operations, maximize investments and increase efficiency.
• Confer with board members, organization officials, and staff members to discuss issues, coordinate activities and resolve problems.
• Assist with existing or new negotiations
• Identify sectorial opportunities for economic development, mine support, forestry and tourism as well as identify and pursue other joint ventures
• Analyze operations to evaluate performance of the operations and staff in meeting objectives, and to determine areas of potential cost reduction; improve potential or change policies and procedures.
• Direct, plan and implement policies, objectives and activities of existing businesses to ensure continuing operations, to maximise returns on investments, and to increase productivity.
• Serve as liaison with outside organizations between the Board, Chief & Council and the community.
• Review and analyze legislation, laws and public policy, and recommend changes to promote and support the interests and well being of both the community and special interest groups.
• Negotiate and/or approve contracts and agreements with suppliers, distributors, federal and provincial governments or agencies, and other organizational entities.
• Review reports or suggestions submitted by staff members to recommend approval or suggest changes.
• Work collaboratively with both Union and non-Union staff and employees.

Depending on qualifications and experience, the QEDLP offer an attractive salary and benefits package. .
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Certificate, diploma, undergraduate or graduate degree in business, finance or related study preferred but transferable experience considered an asset
• Experience working in the natural resource and business environment
• A working understanding of forestry practice and policy considered an asset
• Experience managing and working with both Union and non-Union employees
• Strong financial skills including experience working with accounting software such as Simply Accounting, ACCPAC and Excel
• Excellent oral and written communication with the ability to deliver both oral and written reports
• Results oriented problem solving skills and human resource management
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to give and take constructive criticism and direction
• Must have good knowledge and practice of BC Labour practices and policies
• Strong organizational and decision making skills

A clean criminal record check and six months probation are conditions of permanent employment.
How to apply: 
Applying (Email or fax preferred)
Please submit your résumé and cover letter, including three (3) recent references, quoting the General Manager position to:

Board of Directors
Quatsino Economic Development LP
322 Quattishe Road
Coal Harbour, BC, V0N 1K0
Email: kakotlatsi@rocketmail.com
Fax: 250.949.9680
Applications must be received by 4:00pm on January 29, 2020.

*Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted*

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Executive Assistant

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67845
Company: 
WestUrban Developments Ltd.
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
In accordance with the Vision, Mission, and Core Values of the WestUrban Group of Companies the Executive Assistant provides extraordinary confidential and senior level of professional support to the Leadership team.
Supporting the business operations, this position will handle anything from calendar management and travel coordination to document and correspondence drafting, desk top publishing, and office management.
The Executive Assistant reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is a natural problem solver and brings an incredible level of resourcefulness, independence, organization, and administrative prowess to daily tasks.
The Executive Assistant is proficient with desktop applications, able to multi-task and juggle multiple competing priorities whilst maintaining an environment of calm and efficiency.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Provides confidential and personal executive support to the executive management team including calendar management, daily activity preparation, expense management, making travel arrangements, document management, and providing first draft of correspondence, memos, agreements, marketing materials, and presentations
2. Creates and fosters collaborative, respectful, mutually beneficial business relations with all stakeholders and easily adapts communication style to suit
3. Always works collaboratively with team members
4. Ability to inspire, motivate, and lead others
5. Provides support to the Leadership Team including meeting coordination and support (agendas, minutes, tracks action items)
6. Organizes and designs appropriate materials for business development, investor relations, and staff communication activities
7. Receives, sorts, prioritizes, processes and organizes all incoming documentation to the senior executive team
8. Maintains effective document management systems for the executive office and secures all records in accordance with regulatory and corporate requirements
9. Initiates best practices, corporate office procedures, and standards in compliance with company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
10. Performs other related duties as assigned
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education, Training, and Experience

A level of education, training, and experience equivalent to a Diploma or Degree in Office Administration, Business Administration, or other acceptable discipline and a minimum of 7 to 10 years working in an senior executive support role, preferably in a legal or real estate environment.

Skills and Abilities
• Superb interpersonal and communication skills
• Exemplary written communication skills and attention to detail
• Ability to provide guidance, advice, and direction in the overall management of the corporate head office environment
• Works as part of a dynamic team with an ability to focus on solutions to identified challenges
• Demonstrates superior organizational skills in a chaotic and fast-paced environment
• Ability to understand and strictly follow established policies and procedures
• Ability to analyze workflows and propose improvements and/or new policies and procedures
• Senior level proficiency with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Aptitude and desire to learn new applications and share the knowledge
• Ability to adapt seamlessly to changing priorities, flexible team player willing to do what it takes to get the job done well, always enjoys a challenge
• Excellent time management skills and proven ability to follow thru and meet deadlines
• Takes initiative to improve the work environment and provide assistance to the team
• Ability to foster positive relationships and performance with all staff and stakeholders
• Ability to adapt and demonstrate resiliency in response to changing work demands
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team as well as independently
How to apply: 
Email cover letter and resume to:
mhebert@westurban.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Project Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67844
Company: 
WestUrban Developments Ltd.
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
WestUrban Developments Ltd. is recruiting a Project Manager to join their head office.
Working collaboratively with team members, the Project Manager will review local market conditions, oversee procurement of sub-contractors, write detailed scopes, and draft contracts.
In collaboration with site superintendents, the Project Manager will develop project schedules and ensure resources are in place as dictated by established project schedules and budgets.
The Project Manager will assist with mentoring and training personnel to support the successful growth of WestUrban Developments.

Your success will be defined by your ability to:
-Recruit potential sub-contractors in various markets where development sites are located.
-Tender, negotiate, and secure sub-contracts within project timelines and budgets.
-Provide technical information to employees and subcontractors ensuring projects are delivered in scope and in accordance with standards, codes, specifications and design instructions.
-Identify, mitigate, and manage project risks across multiple projects concurrently.
-Support the project team in solving construction issues in time sensitive and urgent situations.
-Understand and perform efficient and effective document control functions including tracking and issuing RFIs, submittals, contracts, and change orders.
-Develop, implement, and monitor development and construction schedules.
-Deliver projects in scope, on time, and on budget.

Interpersonal Skills:
-Ability to develop and maintain relationships with project and company stakeholders;
-Ability to manage sub-contractor relationships and performance;
-Ability to adapt and demonstrate resiliency in response to changing work demands;
-Ability to work effectively as part of a team;
-Ability to make decisions and meet critical deadlines;
-Ability to provide guidance, advice and direction to construction sites;
-Ability to communicate effectively both written and verbal.
Qualifications & Experience: 
-Degree or diploma in Planning, Architecture, or Engineering, or certification/registration in relevant professional discipline.
-Demonstrated minimum of 5-7 years' experience in a Project Management position, preferably in a multi-family construction environment.
-Construction safety certification would be an asset.
-Advanced computer skills including intermediate to advanced knowledge of MS Office and Excel.
-Excellent leadership skills and desire to train, motivate, and develop employees and colleagues.
-Superb communication skills.
How to apply: 
Email cover letter and resume to:
mhebert@westurban.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Mental Health Counsellor

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67843
Company: 
The John Howard Society of North Island
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$35.16-$41.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The Mental Health Counsellor works as a member of a mental health counselling team that provides intake, assessment, treatment, and crisis intervention to clients attending Foundry.
All Mental Health Counsellors establish supportive and trusting relationships that reduce risk, and promote positive choices within a stepped care model.
The Mental Health Counsellor is a member of, or an ally of, the LGBTQ2S community and works effectively to support LGBTQ2S youth who are experiencing challenges related to their sexuality or gender identity.
Foundry is an integrated youth and young adult service delivery model collaborating with primary health, mental health, substance use, social services, and peer support.
See our website for complete details.

This is a temporary vacancy that will continue until the return of the incumbent.
This vacancy is covering a medical leave for approximately three months.
There is a possibility that the leave may be extended.
The anticipated end date will be upon the return of the incumbent.
Two weeks' notice will be given when the incumbent is ready to return.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Education and/or Experience
A Master’s Degree in counselling psychology or related human/social service field
A minimum of two years recent related experience which should include:
o Experience working with high-risk young people who struggle with mental health and/or substance use issues in a counselling capacity
o Understanding of mental health, addiction, and other abuse issues, and current treatment methodologies, intervention strategies, the change process, and community dynamics
o Demonstrated ability to complete screening and comprehensive assessments for mental health, substance use, suicide, and a range of behavioral risks
o Demonstrated ability to use evidence based intervention strategies for young people presenting with mental health, substance use, and other risks
o Demonstrated understanding of gender-affirming care as well as the challenges that can be experienced by LGBTQ2S young people
o Solid understanding of human services ethics with regard to confidentiality and appropriate boundaries
o Knowledge of harm reduction and trauma informed practice
o Ability to maintain a calm professional approach in crisis situations
o Demonstrated ability to work constructively and cooperatively in a team setting and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
How to apply: 
Apply to (cover letter, resume, and 3 references):
Alisha McLain
Email:
alisha.mclain@jhsni.bc.ca
Fax:
250-286-3650
Mail:
140 10th Avenue, Campbell River BC V9W 4E3

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Campground Host

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67842
Company: 
McGrath Contracting Ltd.
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We happily partake in the management of many 'Recreation sites and Trails' across Vancouver island, as well as several 'BC Parks' sites on mainland BC.
We are currently looking to various positions for the upcoming 2020 camping season are available.
Qualifications & Experience: 
-ability to work unsupervised
-maintain campground facilities
-collect fees
-complete required paperwork
-deal with campers
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
recreation@mcgrathcontracing.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Line Cook

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67841
Company: 
Wasabiya Japanese Sushi Cafe
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$14.50/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Responsibilities:
- Setting up and stocking stations with all necessary supplies
- Prepare food for service
- Cook menu items in cooperation with the rest of the kitchen staff
- Clean up station, kitchen and work areas
- Maintain a positive and professional approach with coworkers and customers
Qualifications & Experience: 
Preferred Qualifications & Experience:
- A secondary school diploma
- Related post secondary education
- At least 2 years of previous experience
- Ability to deal with high pressure environment
How to apply: 
Please apply in person with resume, fax or email to:
A3-465 Merecroft Road, Campbell River
Fax: 250-287-7714
Email: info@wasabiyasushicafe.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Dishwasher/Prep Cook

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67840
Company: 
Wasabiya Japanese Sushi Cafe
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$13.85/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking a Dishwasher/Prep Cook to join our Team.
Duties may include but not be limited to:
Wash dishes, glassware, utensils, pots and pans using dishwasher or by hands.
Prepare various foods for cooking or serving.
-Maintain kitchen work areas and ensure they are clean.
Qualifications & Experience: 
No experience necessary, we are willing to train the right individual.
How to apply: 
Please apply in person with resume, fax or email to:
A3-465 Merecroft Road, Campbell River
Fax: 250-287-7714
Email: info@wasabiyasushicafe.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Residential Care Worker

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, January 13th, 2020

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ID: 
67838
Company: 
CR Care and Consulting
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$20.40/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
CR Care and Consulting has expanded and are looking for Residential Care Workers to join our team. Our staff operated foster home programs in Campbell River is operated by experienced owners/management within the children’s residential treatment industry.

CR Care and Consulting provides a safe and supportive living situation along with an individualized care plan that will advance the skills and development of our persons served as they transition to more independence.
CR Care and Consulting is committed to providing services that are informed, inclusive, culturally competent, and that are persons served and family driven.

CR Care and Consulting offers stable hours, competitive wages, in-house training, professional development opportunities and a supportive management team with ongoing supervision. CR Care and Consulting adheres to C.A.R.F. Accreditation standards of care.

We are looking for Casual and part-time staff to join our team.

POSITION
Residential Care Workers ensure the physical and psychological well-being of children and youth with emotional, behavioural, mental health and/or developmental needs.
RCWs manages the day to day activities of the home including accompanying the children and youth to activities and appointments, grocery shopping, teaching life skills, meal preparation and cleanup, completing daily logs and other reports as required.
Qualifications & Experience: 
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• A diploma in human/social services or a related field or an acceptable combination of education and experience.
• Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or behavioral support needs or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
• Food Safe level 1 Certification
• Clear RCMP Criminal Record check/Children and Vulnerable adults through MPSSG
• Clear Health Certificate and T.B test
• Valid First Aid and CPR certification
• Driver’s license with access to a reliable vehicle with a minimum of 1 million insurance coverage
• Clear and Current Driver’s Abstract.

Salary: $20.40/hour

How to apply: 
Email resume and cover letter to:
admin@crcareandconsulting.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Residential Care Worker

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Casual

Posted Saturday, January 11th, 2020

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ID: 
67837
Company: 
CR Care and Consulting
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$20.40/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
CR Care and Consulting has expanded and are looking for Residential Care Workers to join our team. Our staff operated foster home programs in Campbell River is operated by experienced owners/management within the children’s residential treatment industry.

CR Care and Consulting provides a safe and supportive living situation along with an individualized care plan that will advance the skills and development of our persons served as they transition to more independence.
CR Care and Consulting is committed to providing services that are informed, inclusive, culturally competent, and that are persons served and family driven.

CR Care and Consulting offers stable hours, competitive wages, in-house training, professional development opportunities and a supportive management team with ongoing supervision. CR Care and Consulting adheres to C.A.R.F. Accreditation standards of care.

We are looking for Casual and part-time staff to join our team.

POSITION
Residential Care Workers ensure the physical and psychological well-being of children and youth with emotional, behavioural, mental health and/or developmental needs.
RCWs manages the day to day activities of the home including accompanying the children and youth to activities and appointments, grocery shopping, teaching life skills, meal preparation and cleanup, completing daily logs and other reports as required.
Qualifications & Experience: 
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• A diploma in human/social services or a related field or an acceptable combination of education and experience.
• Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or behavioral support needs or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
• Food Safe level 1 Certification
• Clear RCMP Criminal Record check/Children and Vulnerable adults through MPSSG
• Clear Health Certificate and T.B test
• Valid First Aid and CPR certification
• Driver’s license with access to a reliable vehicle with a minimum of 1 million insurance coverage
• Clear and Current Driver’s Abstract.

Salary: $20.40/hour

How to apply: 
Email resume and cover letter to:
admin@crcareandconsulting.com

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Shellfish Farm Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67836
Company: 
K’awat’si Shellfish Company
Industry: 
Commercial Fishing
Wage: 
$24.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
K’awat’si Shellfish Company operates a shellfish aquaculture farm in the traditional territory of the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nation.
The farm is a remote licensed as a deep-water tenure, and cultivating both Pacific scallops and Pacific oysters.
The farm has been operating for 3+ years but is looking to expand and grow its production.
Good communication, strong leadership, strong work ethic and physical ability - are key skills to succeed in this position
This is a camp position based out of Port Hardy. The camp schedule is 8 days on, 6 days off (sometimes 9 days on, 5 days off) but can be variable and subject to weather and growing seasons.
The manager will supervise a crew of 2-4 individuals, and will work closely with a senior manager towards setting and meeting production targets for long-term profitability and success.
We are seeking an individual who has work experience and competencies in small machinery, small vessel operations and transport, and work safety and operating procedures in remote settings.
The position is physically demanding, and the ideal candidate will be fit and capable of lifting 40 lbs.
The manager should understand the operations of a shellfish farm and the biological requirements of rearing shellfish in a marine environment.
In addition to the physicality of the job, the right candidate must be able to read and interpret documents following the management regulations of the industry.
Knowledge of licensing would be considered an asset.
*A more detailed job description can be made available upon request.

General:
Meet production targets through managing farm using available resources
Must be a self-starter and possess the ability to prioritize and multitask
Must be comfortable and effective as a team-lead
Must understand and be able to troubleshoot company assets and maintain in good operational condition
Be able to perform other duties, as assigned

ASSETS:
Knowledge of shellfish aquaculture
Skill mastery of boat & small machinery operations.
Knowledge of shellfish aquaculture
Established safety record
Qualifications & Experience: 
Driver’s license
Level 1 First Aid and Transport Endorsement
Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP), Marine Emergency Duties (SDV/MED A3), Radio Operator (ROCM)
Good physical fitness and capable of lifting 40 lbs
How to apply: 
Please Email your cover letter and Resume to:
hr@kedc.ca

Please note:
Pursuant to Section 41 of BC Human Rights Code: preference may be given to applicants with qualifications who have Aboriginal Ancestry.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Dockside Fisheries Observer, Fisheries Monitoring Programs

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Part-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67835
Company: 
Archipelago Marine Research
Industry: 
Commercial Fishing
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Dockside Fisheries Observers
Fisheries Monitoring Programs
Port Hardy, BC

Archipelago is seeking honest and reliable workers to assist with the delivery of its groundfish dockside monitoring program in Port Hardy, BC. Hours of work can be irregular with weekend and evening work required.

DUTIES
• Monitor and documenting the offload activities of groundfish commercial fishing vessels
• Identification of all species landed.
• Accurately recording offloaded weights into electronic data systems and on paper
• Monitor compliance of fishery regulations
• Biological sampling of selected species
Qualifications & Experience: 
REQUIRED SKILLS
• Highly self-motivated with strong organizational skills
• Ability to work flexible schedules including irregular hours, evenings and weekends
• Ability to work independently, follow procedures, and meet strict timelines
• Ability to identify commercially important marine species an asset
• High school graduation as a minimum. Knowledge of the fishing industry is an asset.
• Valid BC Drivers License with a reliable vehicle.
• The job is physically demanding and candidates should be capable of occasionally lifting or moving fish (up to 50 pounds) and climb ladders up to 25 feet to board fishing vessels.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
• Competitive wage starting at $17.00/hour with a guaranteed minimum 4-hour callout on all days worked. Hourly rates increase by length of service and hours worked to $18.75/hour, $19.94/hour and $21.28/hour.
• Must obtain Fisheries Observer Certification through Fisheries and Oceans, Canada*. This required certification training is provided to successful candidates in our 2-week training course.
• All successful candidates will need to provide a criminal record check to be certified as a Fisheries Observer as required by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
• Full and part-time equivalent positions are available. The hours and work schedules are variable as they are governed by the landing times of the fishing vessels.
• The work is primarily in Port Hardy, but the ability to travel within the north island region to other fish landing ports is desirable.

* Fisheries Act and Fisheries (General) Regulations state that a person who owns, operates, manages, or is an employee of an enterprise that catches, cultures, processes or transports fish can not be certified as a Fisheries Observer.
How to apply: 
TO APPLY: Email a pdf of your resume to:
hr@archipelago.ca
Application Deadline: February 12, 2020

Note: Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period and the position may be filled prior to the closing date.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Accounts Receivable Clerk

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Contract

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67830
Company: 
Mowi
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Mowi Canada West is recruiting for an Accounts Receivable Clerk to join the Accounting Department in the Campbell River office.
The Accounts Receivable Clerk is responsible for the efficient maintenance and processing of claims, processing customer invoices, and ensuring the consistency of the receivables process.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of experience in accounting/administration roles.
• A thorough understanding of accounting practices as they relate to the accounts receivable function.
• High school diploma is required, some post secondary education is preferred.
How to apply: 
To be considered for this opportunity with a progressive, growth-oriented company, please submit your resume and cover letter online at the link below:

Other

Campbell River

Fish Health Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67827
Company: 
Cermaq
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 30, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Located along the beautiful coastal waters of Vancouver Island, Cermaq Canada Ltd. is a salmon farming company focused on operational excellence.
With our skilled team, we strive for a high-quality product achieved through sustainable aquaculture practices.
Our award-winning safety culture and opportunities to develop and grow within the company makes Cermaq a great place to build a career.

Cermaq Canada is seeking to fill the position of full-time Fish Health Technician within the Fish Health Department.
As a Fish Health Technician, you will report directly to the Fish Health Manager.
The key function of this role will be to provide operational support to the Fish Health team and Saltwater farm sites.
In addition to camp-based accountabilities which include monitoring and reporting on fish health issues, implementing control measures, and advising management on environmental and biological aspects of the farm operations, the successful candidate must also be capable of supporting other Fish Health department projects, initiatives and/or work assignments.

Cermaq Canada is an equal opportunities employer who provides a workplace that is free of discrimination.
Cermaq Canada has a progressive view of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Although wholly committed to hire the best candidate available, we strongly encourage applications from Indigenous peoples for this role.
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Application requirements:
• Ability to work independently and in collaboration with others.
• Experience in the aquaculture industry with a preference for salmon production.
• Safety oriented mindset.
• Proficient MS Word, MS Excel, and technical report writing skills.
• Travel to and from the barge for shifts is largely arranged by Cermaq.
• This is a full-time camp-based position with the exact schedule to be determined.
• Preference will be given to candidates with either post-secondary aquaculture education or an equivalent combination of education and/or related work experience

Your Reward:
• A competitive salary and a corporate bonus program.
• Company paid benefits including Extended Health Care, BC Medical Services Plan, Dental and Vison Care, AD&D Insurance. Matching RRSP’s.
How to apply: 
If you feel that you could contribute your qualifications to fill this important role within our company, please email your application by Friday, January 31, 2020 to:
careers.canada@cermaq.com
and please indicate “Fish Health Technician” in the subject line of your email.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Apprentice / Journeyman Automotive Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67826
Company: 
Campbell River Hyundai
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you an apprentice or journeyman automotive mechanic?
Here we grow again! Campbell River Hyundai is searching for an automotive technician to join our team!
Successful candidates must be go getters with a mind for thoroughness and quality. You must be able to work independently & within time lines, have basic computer knowledge.
We offer competitive wages

Licence:
Drivers License (Required)
Apprentice or Journeyman automotive technician

How to apply: 
Apply with your resume to : Megan Galloway mgalloway@campbellriverhyundai.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Accountant

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67822
Company: 
Interfor
Industry: 
Manufacturing & Utilities
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently recruiting for an Accountant for our Coastal Woodlands operations in Campbell River, BC.
The Accountant will be an integral member of the finance team providing accurate and concise financial recording and reporting.
The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated team player who possesses operational or manufacturing related accounting experience, solid time management skills, and who holds themselves to a high level of personal accountability.

What You’ll Do
Assist in preparing monthly, quarterly, and annual financial entries.
Process accounts receivable and accounts payable transactions.
Preparation of balance sheet reconciliations.
Accounting for inventories.
Preparation of internal recurring reports and PowerPoint slides.
Assist with ad hoc and statutory reporting.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Manufacturing or operational accounting experience.
Post-secondary education in Accounting or Business.
Forest industry experience.
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Excel, Word and Outlook.
High level of attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to organize and prioritize tasks to meet deadlines.
Strong problem solving, and critical thinking skills.
Ability to effectively and courteously communicate information and clarify requirements.
Take personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work.
Understand the importance of teamwork and have a positive impact on the team.
How to apply: 
Please apply through the link below:

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Logging Road Grade Hoe Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67821
Company: 
K&D Contracting
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
working out in camp at various locations on the North Island and the mainland coast
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience building logging roads on the West Coast, pioneering and rehab work an asset
How to apply: 
submit resume to admin@kdcontracting.ca

Comox Valley

Comox

Customer Service Attendant

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67820
Company: 
CFMWS
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
14.01/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Under the supervision of the Community Recreation Coordinator, the Customer Service Attendant provides service such as answering customer inquiries, membership sales, typing correspondence, filing and clearing military personnel in and out. She/he maintains cash floats and daily sales records and uses data management program to book facilities and programs. She/he provides financial information to management, such as daily sales reports and provides assistance to recreation staff.

Qualifications & Experience: 
High School Diploma AND several years of experience in a related field AND Current CPR and Basic First Aid qualifications

How to apply: 
By email to npfhrcomox@cfmws.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Driller/ Blaster

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67819
Company: 
K&D Contracting
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Working out in camp at various locations around the North Island and the mainland coast
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience operating hydraulic and tank drills. Building roads on the West Coast
How to apply: 
submit resume to admin@kdcontracting.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Snow Shovellers

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Casual

Posted Friday, January 10th, 2020

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ID: 
67818
Company: 
Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$15/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Casual on call during snowy conditions.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must have own boots and rain gear.
How to apply: 
E-mail resume to:
dhsc@telus.net

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Director Assistant

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67817
Company: 
Fresh Start Health Retreat Centers Ltd.
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$14.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Director's Assistant - P/T, 4.5-8 hrs. shifts

Fresh Start is the Health and Lifestyle Transformation Retreat, specializing in physical health, emotional wellness and habits transformation, offering 7, 14 and 21-Day holistic programs.

For full job description, please visit our company job board at: https://www.healthretreat.ca/fresh-start-jobs/

Starting Date: Feb 16, 2020

Hours: Shifts start and end times vary from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., including some weekends. We run on 3 weeks on/ 3 weeks off schedule, and work is available during the 3 weeks we operate. See our dates on the site.

Note: The number of shifts and hours are subject to the group size. If a group is small, we may have less shifts and shorter hours, with 30-min lunch. If a group is large, your working day will go up to 8-hr. shifts an 1 hr. lunch will be required for this shift length.

Pay: $14 during training and probation (3 programs); $15 afterwards. Top per position is $18. You also will be getting tips, though we cannot guarantee frequency and amount, as those vary. Terms: Minimum required time with the company for reaching of the top rate is 4 years. Raises after $16 are subject to completion of annual Fresh Start Quality and Safety Standards Certification (at your own time) and approval by your supervisor.

Main Duties: housekeeping (spa laundry and maintaining cleanness of the Spa building), assisting chef (dishes, plating, cutting) and supper preparation, juices/drinks preparation.

Additional Duties: you may be requested to assist with other program related duties, such as turn-on a health video, set-up infrared sauna and others.

About the Company: We are a small team that makes a difference. Fresh Start is a Health Restoration Retreat and Wellness Spa operating since 2005. We are a healing centre where people come from all over Canada to improve their health naturally.

Our Company Culture: Because people come to us quit smoking and learn from us a healthy lifestyle, our staff is non-smoking and aims be an example of health. People who come to the Fresh Start love personal growth and desire to learn new things to improve their health, relationships and life even more.

Benefits: As our team member, you will have access to our amazing health spa treatments at reduced rate (approx. $50 per hour), as well as will be able to use the Ocean Resort gym during our retreats at no cost. You are also welcome to visit health lectures and learn with us.

The Fresh Start team is small and friendly, hard-working, thoughtful and just awesome. Everybody is here because they love what they do and making a difference in the lives of others. If you do, too, we invite you to be a part of it!



Qualifications & Experience: 
Fresh Start Quality and Safety Standards Certification will include: kitchen safety and standards; understanding of health programs (health lectures, videos, food presentations, a few essential health books -watch/ read and write essays); understanding of Fresh Start clients and philosophy. Handling requests and emergencies. Personal self-care and energy management.
How to apply: 
Our Intake Process:
Application: Please apply on our company job board with your resume. (Direct link: https://www.healthretreat.ca/fresh-start-jobs/).
10-15-min Phone Pre-Screen: If you meet core requirements, we'll give you a brief call.
30-60 min in-person Interview.
If you love working with your hands and do it well, if you are a positive happy individual who knows how to work with others, are punctual and reliable, we'll be very happy to hear from you!

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67814
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor (FT)
Responsibilities consist of providing a broad range of mental health services including: intake, screening, crisis intervention, assessment, treatment and referrals for children and adolescents.
The successful applicant will have sound knowledge of normal stages and related aspects of parenting and family life and the effects of childhood trauma, abuse and neglect on general development.

As part of our agency team, staff members receive an excellent benefits package and work in a supportive, flexible environment.
We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications: A relevant Master’s degree or Psychiatric Nurse designation plus 2 years related experience is preferred; however, a combination of experience and training will be considered.
The successful candidates will possess good working knowledge of Indigenous issues, and commitment to trauma-informed and client-centered approaches.
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344
Website: www.nicccs.org

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Women's Outreach Worker

-

Part-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67812
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Women’s Outreach (10 hrs/wk)
Working as part of our Women’s Outreach team, you will offer individual and group support for women 19 years and over who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, violence in an intimate relationship or other relationships of trust.
This work can also include providing referrals, information, accompaniment to appointments (doctors, lawyers, social services, addiction services, etc.), and assistance with budgeting, internet research, securing housing, goal setting, and more.

As part of our agency team, staff members receive an excellent benefits package and work in a supportive, flexible environment.
We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Women's SAFE Shelter Outreach Support Worker

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67811
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Women’s SAFE Shelter Outreach Support Worker
This rewarding and challenging pilot project focuses on providing significant supports to women once they have left the SAFE Shelter, in order that women (and their children) are able to:
 access safe, affordable short-term housing
 develop the capacity and skills to become independent after leaving domestic violence
 work towards the long term goal of helping women move to independent, safe, and affordable long-term housing of their choice.

The Outreach Support Worker will also collect data on various aspects of housing for women and children, as well as identify challenges and barriers.
The SAFE Shelter Outreach Support Worker will work closely with the SAFE Shelter Coordinator and other staff.

Hours per week are negotiable; it is expected that this position could last up to 5 months.
As part of our agency team, staff members work in a supportive, flexible environment. We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
How to apply: 
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph.: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344
Website: www.nicccs.org

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Women's Counsellor / PEACE

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67810
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
STOPPING THE VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Women’s/PEACE (Previously CWWA)
This fulltime, combined position (14 hrs/wk Women’s Counselling; 21 hrs/wk PEACE) provides STV counselling to women, and individual and group counselling to children and their parents/caregivers who have witnessed and/or experienced abuse or high conflict in their lives.

As part of our agency team, staff members receive an excellent benefits package and work in a supportive, flexible environment.
We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A post-secondary degree and 2 years related experience for this position is suggested, although other combinations of education and experience will be considered.
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Child & Youth Mental Health Counsellor - Sexual Abuse Intervention Program

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67809
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Child & Youth Mental Health Counsellor - Sexual Abuse Intervention Program (FT)
This position requires a thorough understanding of sexual abuse issues, the consequences for children and their families, and a wide range of strategies for intervention, with an emphasis being placed on using integrated approaches to prevention and healing.
The successful applicant will be knowledgeable about the behavioural, cognitive, emotional and social development of children and adolescents.

As part of our agency team, staff members receive an excellent benefits package and work in a supportive, flexible environment.
We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications: A relevant Master’s degree or Psychiatric Nurse designation plus 2 years related experience is preferred; however, a combination of experience and training will be considered.
The successful candidates will possess good working knowledge of Indigenous issues, and commitment to trauma-informed and client-centered approaches.
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344
Website: www.nicccs.org

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Strathcona Community Health Network Coordinator

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67808
Company: 
Strathcona Community Health Network
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 2pm
Details: 
Strathcona Regional District is currently recruiting for a part-time (21 to 28 hours a week) temporary coordinator for the Strathcona Community Health Network (SCHN) for up to 12 months.
The coordinator is the conduit that builds and fosters healthy and connected people and places across the Strathcona Regional District.
The coordinator is the primary contact for the SCHN and undertakes a range of tasks to provide support and leadership to the SCHN.
The individual must be a motivated self-starter with excellent communication and relationship building skills in order to facilitate the development of the SCHN and move the network towards tangible action.

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Please see attached PDF for more information.
Qualifications & Experience: 
REQUIRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE (or equivalent combination)
• Post-secondary degree in community development, public health, social sciences, planning, public or business administration or a related field.
• Three to five years recent related experience in community development and health or the equivalent combination of education and experience

REQUIRED LICENCES, CERTIFICATES AND REGISTRATIONS
• Valid BC Class 5 drivers licence
How to apply: 
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume quoting posting #2020-03 Strathcona Community Health Network Coordinator to:
hr@srd.ca
by 4:00 pm Friday, January 24, 2020.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Women's Counsellor

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67807
Company: 
North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
STOPPING THE VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Women’s Counsellor (FT)
Our Women’s Counsellors focus on supporting and empowering women to develop safe and healthy relationships, taking personal responsibility for their behaviours and building effective coping strategies and problem solving skills.

As part of our agency team, staff members receive an excellent benefits package and work in a supportive, flexible environment.
We invite those interested to call us and request an information package on our agency and beautiful Northern Vancouver Island.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A post-secondary degree and 2 years related experience for this positions is suggested, although other combinations of education and experience will be considered.
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
Chris Parker
North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
P.O. Box 2446, Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0
ChrisP@nicccs.org
Ph: 250.949.8333
Fax: 250.949.8344

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

ECE

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67806
Company: 
North Island Community Services Society (Huckleberry House)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Summary:
Huckleberry House Children’s Centre is a provincially licensed childcare centre that operates under the umbrella of North Island Community Services.
The centre, which operates out of Cheslakees Elementary School, offers infant and toddler care, daycare, before and after school programming, as well as preschool.
The Port McNeill Strong Start Program also operates from Cheslakees Early Learning Centre.

Our childcare programs has been designed to provide a fun, safe and child-centered learning environment for young children. The philosophy of Huckleberry House is that children learn through play and that children need to be loved, supported and encouraged.
We recognize that parents play the most important role in their child’s life and that they deserve the assurance of knowing that their children are in a safe and nurturing environment,
that also values the training, skill and commitment of its Early Childhood Educators.

Wage: $15.43-$19.43 Depending on Experience and Qualifications.
Posted until filled
Start Date ASAP
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Know how to have fun and enjoy working with children ages 0-12, by organizing activities designed to help children learn about their world and develop their own interests
Exude a warm and approachable nature, with the ability to develop trust-based relationships with children and their parents/caregivers
Have the ability to adapt and be flexible to meet the needs of the children and the childcare centre
Monitor children during outdoor activities and provide a safe learning environment
Work as part of a team to develop and support programming and maintain schedules, as well as maintain records relating to childcare
Promote age-appropriate learning that fosters social, emotional, physical and cognitive development
Work with parents and supported childcare or other community service providers to help children progress towards educational and behavioral goals
Essential Qualifications:
Early Childhood Education (ECE) Certification
Approved Ministry of Justice Criminal Records Check
Level 1 First Aid w/CPR (or willing to obtain prior to start date)

For more information contact Andrea Kerr, Executive Director at: (250) 956.3134 or email ed@nicommunityservices.ca
How to apply: 
Interested applicants can send Resume and Cover Letters via email to:
ed@nicommunityservices.ca
or
Fax to: 250-956-4484

Port Hardy and North Island

Alert Bay

Strong Start Coordinator

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67805
Company: 
North Island Community Services Society
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Community Services is a not-for-profit society that has successfully been providing community-based services to the Mount Waddington region for 40 years. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and a strong community connection to support and build the successful launch of Strong Start in Alert Bay.

Funded by Vancouver Island School District (SD) 85, the Strong Start Program is a parent participation-based program for children aged 0-5. The program offers play-based early learning activities – including stories, music and art, focused on preparing children for Kindergarten.

The program is designed for early learning development, including language, physical, social, emotional and cognitive. It is an opportunity for children to learn through play, while making new friends with other children of a similar age.

The successful candidate will offer a weekly drop-in session, at no cost to parents, at the Alert Bay Elementary School. At times the Strong Start Coordinator will be required to attend School District professional development, training and meetings. This program coincides with the SD calendar and does not run on Professional Development days or during the summer months.

The position would start on November 14th and would be for 3.5 hours/week. There may be an opportunity for an additional day, working another 3.5 hours, between September and June.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Qualifications & Experience: 
The Ideal Candidate will:
-Excel at developing trust-based and supportive community relationships
-Enjoy working in an educational setting with children aged 0-5, as well as their families/caregivers
-Be experienced in program planning, workshop development, and early childhood education
-Foster all aspects of a child’s development including social, emotional, physical and cognitive development
-Demonstrate warmth, enthusiasm and approachability
-Prove to be an effective communicator (oral, written and listening) with a strong awareness of cross-cultural practices, traditions and values

Essential Qualifications:
-Early Childhood Education (ECE) Certification
-Approved Ministry of Justice Criminal Records Check
-Level 1 First Aid w/CPR (or willing to obtain prior to start date)
-Food Safe Certificate Preferred (willing to obtain upon hire)
How to apply: 
For more information contact Andrea Kerr, Executive Director, at: (250) 956-3134 or email ed@nicommunityservices.ca

Interested applicants can send resume and cover letters via email to ed@nicommunityservices.ca or fax to (250) 956-4484

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67804
Company: 
North Island Community Services Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$32.55-34.55/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Community Services Society now has an exciting opportunity and is accepting applications for a permanent full-time Child & Youth Mental Health (CYMH) Counsellor, located in Port McNeill.
This position provides support services and counselling for youth and at-risk youth with specific life challenges.
The duration and depth of service is case specified.
This rewarding position works closely with the individuals, families, schools, Mental Health, and the Ministry to provide support, intervention, education and other services to children and youth groups and individuals.
35 hours a week. Wage is $32.55-34.55 depending on education and experience, plus a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in applicable field OR a Certificate in counselling. Must have own vehicle and clear driver’s abstract. Clear and recent Ministry of Justice criminal records check and current Level One First Aid certificate.
How to apply: 
Interested applicants can send cover letters and resumés via email ed@nicommunityservices.ca
fax to 250.956.4484 or
mail to:
North Island Community Services Society
PO Box 1028 Port McNeill, BC V0N 2R0

Other

Hydrolicer Technicians - Treatment and Farm Support

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67800
Industry: 
Commercial Fishing
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We currently have vacancies within our Operations Support department for Hydrolicer Technicians. These exciting roles form part of our Integrated Pest Management Strategy. These full time, camp-based positions involve working throughout all areas of the Saltwater department with the Hydrolicer unit which is on a workboat/barge. The role is focused on operating and maintaining equipment that form part of our treatment suite. Applications from candidates who have some experience in Salt Water operations, with crane and capstan experience is preferred, however this is not essential as full training and support will be provided. Deckhand experience is an asset.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements:
• Grade 12 plus 3+ years’ experience in salmon farming or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Post-secondary aquaculture certificate or diploma preferred.
• Demonstrated skills and experience in providing leadership to a team of staff and supporting all aspects of personnel management.
• Good critical thinking abilities, decision-making abilities and sound judgment.
• Highly organized, practical and self-motivated with good communication skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills (i.e. approachable, empathetic) including the ability to develop effective relationships and successfully resolve conflict situations.
• Basic computer skills (e.g. Aqua Farmer, word processing & spreadsheets).
• Highly motivated, positive outlook and positive attitude towards work.
• Basic knowledge of pumps, generators, hydraulics and power systems.

The chosen applicants will be practical, self-motivated individuals with good communication skills. They should be flexible and willing to travel to any of our Salt Water sites.
Closing date: January 22, 2020

How to apply: 
To be considered for this opportunity please submit resume and cover letter online at the link below:

Other

60T Master - Quatsino Operations

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, January 9th, 2020

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ID: 
67799
Industry: 
Commercial Fishing
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently recruiting for the position of work vessel Masters with 60T Limited Master Certificates of Competency. As the Master of a Mowi Canada West work vessel you will be responsible for:
• The health and safety of the crew, safety and security of the vessel, and for the protection of the environment from pollution from the vessel.
• Ensuring that the vessel is operated in full compliance with local, company, and federal regulations, Acts, guidelines etc. applicable to any Canadian commercial marine operation.
• Ensuring that specified Mowi Canada West policies, operating procedures, and Company standards are strictly observed.
• Ensuring that the vessel is maintained according to Mowi Canada West's maintenance schedules, and to Transport Canada requirements.
Working within the Farm Support department, you will ensure support to the sites by providing work vessel assistance by leading crews to ensure the following type of work is executed in a safe and professional manner:
• Site set ups and tear downs.
• Harvesting, fish transfers, treatments.
• Net handling & rigging.
• Movement of freight.

Closing Date: January 22, 2020
Qualifications & Experience: 
• 60T Limited Master Certificate of Competency, including the training and sea time applicable to your Certificate.
• ROC-Mor ROC-MC, MarineBasic First Aid, DVS.
• Crane Certification.
• Vessel and equipment maintenance experience.
• Self-motivated with leadership ability.
• Excellent time management and ability to manage others.
• Safety oriented.
• Vessel experience in rough weather.
How to apply: 
To be considered for this opportunity please submit resume and cover letter online at the link below:

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Adult Carriers

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67798
Company: 
Times Colonist Newspaper
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The Times-Colonist newspaper is currently seeking Adult carriers for door to door delivery of their newspaper in the Campbell River and Willow Point area. Work 6 days a week from 1.5 -3 hrs per day, earning anywhere from $300- $700 per pay (14 days). Must have a reliable vehicle. For more info. contact Richard at 1-250-268-6569
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must have a reliable vehicle
How to apply: 
Call: 1-250-268-6569

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Service Electrician

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67796
Company: 
Grant Illuminated Signs Ltd.
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are looking for an electrician (journeyman or apprentice) to work with our Red Seal FSR Electrician to service, clean and install illuminated signage within a service area that covers Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Parksville, Courtenay, Comox, Campbell River, Powell River, and Port Hardy.

You will be required to work at heights with a service bucket truck and be responsible for troubleshooting electrical issues in a range of weather. We cover training expenses and have a comprehensive medical plan after 3 months.

Contact us with your resume and come join our growing team of dedicated men and women!

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Qualifications & Experience: 
Journeyman or Apprentice electrician.
Valid driver's license.
How to apply: 
Email us with your resume today to:
admin@grantsigns.ca
Feel free to come in to meet our crew, bring your resume in and we would love to meet you.
1711 19 Ave, Campbell River.

Other

Klemtu

Deckhand

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67790
Company: 
Mowi
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are searching for a Deckhand for our Orca Chief vessel.
Reporting to the Vessel Skippers, you will be responsible for all Deckhand duties aboard the well boat, assisting in moving fish and providing support services to area farms.

Responsibilities:
• Maintenance and organization of Deck.
• Cleaning and sanitization of work and fish handling areas.
• Engine room maintenance.
• Cooking and cleaning
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications:

• Mechanical aptitude and eagerness to train under engineer.
• STCW basic Marine Safety or ability to obtain this in a timely manner.
• Ability to cook for crew and oversee galley duties.
• Highly organized, with good time management skills.
• Team player with developed communications skills and interpersonal abilities including conflict resolution.
• Self-motivated, able to work both independently and in a team environment.
• Strong work ethic and the ability to work effectively in a high intensity, physically demanding project related environment.
• Ability to perform shift work, 2 weeks on 2 weeks off schedule.
How to apply: 
Closing Date: January 22, 2019
To be considered for this opportunity with a progressive, growth-oriented company, please submit your resume and cover letter online through the link below.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Client Care Representative

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67789
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you looking for a new career and are willing to learn on the job?
If you like the idea of interacting with customers, providing expert advice, and creating a positive customer experience, we want YOU !

We have two open positions
Auto Mobile Associate (Road Agent) &
Client Care Representative - Personal Lines.
Both offer competitive wages, extended benefits, opportunity to earn commissions, RRSP matching program, and a corporate culture unlike any other
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Exceptional Customer Service Skills
* Sales initiative & drive
*Excellent written & verbal communication
*Ability to work in a busy, fast paced environment and handle high volumes of transactions
* Wiling to obtain Level 1 and 2 licensing
How to apply: 
Please submit Resume via Email to:
angela.king@hubinternational.com
or stop by in person to:
1241 Ironwood Street Campbel River, BC

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Auto Mobile Associate (Road Agent)

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67788
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
Are you looking for a new career and are willing to learn on the job?
If you like the idea of interacting with customers, providing expert advice, and creating a positive customer experience, we want YOU !

We have two open positions
Auto Mobile Associate (Road Agent) &
Client Care Representative - Personal Lines.
Both offer competitive wages, extended benefits, opportunity to earn commissions, RRSP matching program, and a corporate culture unlike any other
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Exceptional Customer Service Skills
* Sales initiative & drive
*Excellent written & verbal communication
*Ability to work in a busy, fast paced environment and handle high volumes of transactions
* Wiling to obtain Level 1 and 2 licensing
How to apply: 
Please submit Resume via Email to:
angela.king@hubinternational.com
or stop by in person to:
1241 Ironwood Street Campbel River, BC

Port Hardy and North Island

Coal Harbour

Fisheries Coordinator

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67787
Company: 
Quatsino First Nation
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
$55,000 annual salary
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
The Quatsino First Nation is seeking a full time fisheries coordinator to manage the day-to-day operations of the Fisheries Program. We are looking for someone who is well organized and a great multi-tasker. The ideal candidate will work well independently and as part of a team. The ideal candidate will also have strong computer skills and the ability to interpret and enforce policy.

Position Summary:
(For a copy of the full job description please contact the Band office)
Reporting to the Director of Lands and Resources, the Fisheries program represents a wide variety of initiatives and projects that include planning and the operational management of natural resources such as water, fish and wildlife with the goal of ensuring long-term sustainability throughout the Nation’slands and marine territory.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Managing the Aboriginal fisheries activities within the traditional territory.
• Coordination of policy and program development in the area of QFN fisheries management and related activities
• Manage QFN and Gwabalis commercial fishing licenses.
• Management of QFN’s Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy agreement with DFO
• Management of other related contracts, including Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Environment Canada
• Liaise with government and industrial agents in areas impacting QTT Lands and Resources
• Develop a program for and supervise the Quatsino Territorial Guardians (2-3 staff, vessel and vehicle)

Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications:
• 5 years previous experience in a similar role
• Experience in working with science and engineering consultants
• Experience applying for grant writing and grant administration
• Valid 5 BC Drivers licence

Knowledge and skills:
• Maintain up to date Food Social & Ceremonial (FSC) permit system, arrange community food fishery, verify catch, participate in distribution
• Incorporate Fisheries & Oceans guidelines & authority into QFN fishery work plans. Align First Nation Fisheries Council advancements into QFN work plans as needed. Attend workshops, etc.
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to work with people from various backgrounds related to first nation Fishery Management
• Maintain account with DFO’s National On-line Licensing System (NOLS) and AFS, renew and issue licenses, issue lease agreements, process payments
• Maintain schedule, work plan & reporting with all additional contracts & government agencies.
• Regular meeting and reporting to QFN Lands & Resources and Chief and Council
• ability to maintain confidentiality
• ability to interpret and enforce policy
• computer skills including Microsoft office required
• Respect for Quatsino First Nation culture
How to apply: 
While we thank you for your interest in working with the Quatsino First Nation, only those short listed will be contacted.

Please apply with cover letter and resume no later than 24:00 midnight January 31, 2020.

Attention:
James Wallas, Band Administrator
305 Quattishe Rd
Coal Harbour, BC V0N 1K0
Tel: 250-949-6245
Fax: 250-949-6249
Email: ea@quatsinofn.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Telegraph Cove

Equipment Operator / Labour

-

Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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ID: 
67785
Company: 
North Island Chipping Ltd
Industry: 
Forestry
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking Equipment Operator / Labour. This is NOT a Camp Job, but we can supply housing if needed.
- Safe Work Practices, Ethics & Standards
- Must be reliable, hardworking and safety oriented
- Have reliable source of transportation
- Minimum 2-5 years experience
- Strong communication and leadership skills
- Physically able to complete the tasks required for the job
- Experience with basic machine service, refueling, diagnostics and minor repairs
- Preferred candidates will have Occupational First Aid & Class 5 Drivers Licence
Job is full-time, Varying Shifts
Wage: TBD – Union Rates
After Probationary Period, the company offers a benefits plan and training.
How to apply: 
Please send resume with references and any current tickets/certificates to nicoffice@xplornet.com or Fax 250-928-3152

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Front Desk Office Receptionist

-

Seasonal

Posted Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

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ID: 
67784
Company: 
H&R Block-Campbell River
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$14.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking a seasonal Full-time receptionist for our busy season Jan-May 5 th.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Office Assistant Skills
Great people service skills
How to apply: 
Drop Resumes to 1250 B Ironwood Street
Email Resumes to dawn.poulin@hrblock.ca
Phone Enquiries 250-287-9412